Spoke In Wordz set to drop Power of Wordz

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Spoke In Wordz has completed work on the Get the Power comp he spoke about this past August. The platter -- now titled Power of Wordz and slated for release on Friday, January 21 at Casselman's -- features a vibrant cast of characters from the local hip-hop scene, a veritable who's who that includes, Fresh Breath Committee, King FOE, ManeRok, Inkline, Catch Lungs, A.V.I.U.S., Dent, SP Double and Thomas the Franchise, Hypnautic, among others. Get a sneak peek of the tracks above and see who else is slated to perform at the show, which will double as a send off for Spoke, who's moving to Fort Collins.

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