After ripping the Heavenfest stage over the summer and shining on the Gotee Records Hip Hope compilation album earlier this year, Colorado emcee Proxy is out and about pushing his new album Proximus. Released through his own Group Vigilant imprint, the album was predominately produced by Decap, an in-house producer for 50 Cent and G-Unit and features appearances from nationally known emcees Pettidee and Verbs.The album is available through , Proxy's website, which also lists his upcoming shows. But for now, get a taste of the album after the jump:
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