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See Also: The Foodchain pushes its live energy into the studio

Hot on the heels of its latest release, Brunch, the Foodchain is back with a whole bunch of new music. The crew will be releasing one song a week for the rest of the summer as a part of its summer series, which kicked off last week with "Gone." We've got that track below, along with this week's cut, "Young Amsterdam," an ode to the high-flying lifestyle of the Mile High City. This new smoker's anthem, produced by Mass Prod, finds the cats musing about Mary Jane over a laid back beat. Page down to get your Friday Freeloader on, and then turn this one up, roll your windows down and get high.

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