Cue*Roc | "True Jefe" (Spanglish Mixtape)

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"True Jefe" (Spanglish Mixtape)

by Cue*Roc

Hip Hop with a sazón of reggaeton.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Latin Rap
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1. Nu Lingo
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2. Stories Dat U Betta Learn From
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3. Que Sera De Ti
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4. Ya No Puedo
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5. But We Just Dont Get Along
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6. Lord Gimme A Sign
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7. This Party Startin
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8. In N.Y.
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9. Money ova Bitchez
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10. 100 Barz
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11. Soy Mujeriego
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12. Esto Lo Que Es
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13. Ur Worst Nightmare
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14. Oh No!!!
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15. Esta Noche
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16. True Jefe
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17. Bailando
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Born and raised in Queens, New York. Since a little dude I loved music, I feel every song weather you like it or not is a bookmark in our lives. I started writing rymes at the age of 14 freestyling with my friends at 38 st Park in Astoria, Queens.
At 16 I bought myself a pair of turntables and a mic and called myself "Dj Cue" like GQ from the movie "Juice" due to the relavance it had in my life. While djing and making mixtapes with local rappers is where I realized I wanted to pursue a career as an MC.

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Cue*Roc


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