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Blu – Good To Be Home Album Review | DEHH

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Blu – Good To Be Home Album Review | DEHH

L.A. emcee Blu hit us with his first official double album, Good To Be Home. The album is described as “an unapologetic celebration of Los Angeles music and culture. Produced entirely by Bombay and has features like Fashawn, Like & BeYoung (Pac Div), Co$$, Imani (The Pharcyde), Prodigy, Thurz, Casey Veggies, MED, Oh No, Alchemist, Evidence and more. Check out what we thought about Blu’s latest double album.

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