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Monday, September 12, 2011

New Ro Spit leak: "The City" ... where his car goes to get stolen

Posted By on Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 10:22 AM

Motor City rapper/clothier/shoe salesman Ro Spit says his car got nicked the other night off of Gratiot in Detroit. Our condolences, man. That sucks. We hate it when that happens.

Anyway, his car contained 20 promo copies of his soon-to-be-released album Glass Ceiling Project, his third full-length, which features many hometown rap godheads, including Dwele, Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, Fatt Father and others. Since Spit's car got stolen there's a good chance his new album (out October 25) will turn up online before the actual release date. Look, man, it's one thing if you're gonna steal a dude's car and another if you're gonna tap his tunage. If you have the ride, at least return the 20 promo copies to his Burn Rubber shop in Royal Oak.

And speaking of leaks, here's Ro Spit's "The City" from the aforementioned new album. Watch for the vid here sometime later this week ...


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