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Truth Stays.

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We came across a new music video for a song called “Stayin’ True”. The dudes on the track are  Two-9‘s Retro Su$h! (featuring Key) and the song comes off of their debut mixtape Kung Fu In Japan, released September 29th. Check out the visuals and the download link to their current project below.

↓ Stayin True ↓.

 

→ Download Two-9′s Forever Mixtape ←

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  • Audiorotic: Retro Su$hi Chop Suey October 3, 2012 - 6:46 pm Reply

    [...] Zoom image We recently came across Retro Su$hi and featured their hit video “Stayin’ True” a couple of weeks ago. This week they dropped their new mixtape, Kung Fu in Japan. We took a [...]

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