Fresh Breath Committee tap legendary Masta Ace for new single

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Next month, the Fresh Breath Committee will be releasing their debut album, CPR, at the Fox Theatre on Thursday, October 8. In an effort to get folks hyped for the release, the crew just dropped their first single "Save the Day," featuring the legendary Masta Ace, who will be on hand for the show. The ReMINDers, 3 the Hard Way, and the Pirate Signal with DJ Skip Ripkin are also on the bill, which is being hosted by Whygee. Could you ask for a better show? Seriously. Check out the new single, "Save the Day," after the jump.

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