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Freeloader: Fresh Breath Committee remixes Drake's "Forever"

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Just because you're famous doesn't mean you're invincible.

Fresh Breath Committee released one of Colorado's best rap albums last year in CPR. MCs Flawless, Purpose, Fo Chief and Kontrast stand out for their urgency and dexterity, and they consume Boi-1da's "Forever" beat. It's spare and gothic, and the Committee's boilerplate style squarely connects. Download the exclusive track after the jump.

Committee ringleader Flawless, via email:

It's an FBC version of the hit song by Drake, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, & Eminem and its for the Westword blog to show everyone that Colorado can come harder!

Indeed it can. Incidentally, why the hell is Drake "shuttin' shit down in the mall"? Sweet remix, FBC, but why not have Crystal take a stab at the hook?

Listen to the track by clicking here.

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