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MP3 Download: Flosstradamus, 'Look at the Sky' feat. Deniro Farrar

Check out hazy new cut from Chicago production duo and Charlotte MC

April 24, 2012 9:00 AM ET
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Click to listen to Flosstradamus' 'Look at the Sky (feat. Deniro Farrar)'

Chicago-based production duo Flosstradamus have a new promo cut with Charlotte, North Carolina MC Deniro Farrar called "Look at the Sky." Over ethereal synths and a haunting vocal sample grounded by crisp snares, Deniro gets introverted, spitting hypnotic lines about weed, his mother, paranoia and more. 

"Deniro's manager hit Curt up asking for some beats," says Flosstradamus' J2K (a.k.a. Josh Young), "and we were both fans, so we were geeked on the opportunity to work together. We sent three over, he picked 'Look at the Sky,' and the rest is history!" "Look at the Sky" is a promo-only track, but you can download it here.

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