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District 36 x The Fresh Prince Project

District 36, the Vancouver duo comprised of Grafic and Seth Kay, release their new mixtape “The Fresh Prince Project”. Themed completely around the first episode of the series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, they compile a creative blend of old meets new to recreate the nostalgia of the Will Smith’s hit show.
Download now: District 36 x The Fresh Prince Project
Official Website: District 36
Follow: twitter.com/district_36
Youtube: district36music

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Released 01 May 2012
Produced by District 36.
Addition production by Joe Leano (25¢ Peep Show) & C-Infamous (Chronico Music Group).
Mixed & engineered by C-Infamous (Chronico Music Group).
Mastered by Greg “The Stunt Man” Michael (Suite Sound Labs).
Photography by J. Pambid Photography.
Artwork by Richie McFly.

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