Audio: Butta da Prince f/ Crooked I "Dolla Bill" Remix
Courtesy New 12.
Butta Da Prince first set the Chicago streets buzzin with the release of his 2009 Mixtape "Millionaire Minded : The Album Before the Album" produced by DJ Holiday. He worked with Holiday again on 2011's "Butta" before releasing 2012's "The King and Da Prince", this time hosted by DJ Hustlenomics. Since then, Butta has teamed up with Seven 13 Music. They've just revisited the joint "Dolla Bills" from last year's release to give it the remix treatment, and this time Slaughterhouse's Crooked I also brings some additional lyrical heat to the table on this 808 bass heavy production.
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