SD born Los Angeles based Choosey, the newest addition to Dirty Science, makes dope rap songs. Listen to this free album
Left Field. With beats by Exile, Like of Pac Div, and Soulection’s Abjo, you’re sure to be bangin’ this in your whip, laptop
or headphones. Left Field features crew mates Blu, Fashawn, Dag Savage and more. This ear-full of good music will
take you on an audio ride that’s bound to make you a fan and hungry for his follow up albums produced Exile.
Stay tuned, this is just the beginning of whats to come from Choosey.

DOWNLOAD FULL ALBUM – CLICK HERE

Follow: Choosey / Exile / Dirty Science

More Information: www.thedirtyscience.com

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Plucked from Choosey’s upcoming album “Left Field”, which will feature production by Exile, Abjo (Soulection), Knxwledge
and Like (Pac Div), as well as guest spots from Blu, Fashawn, and Johaz (Dag Savage), and will be available as a
FREE Download available on October 14, 2014.

Album artwork created courtesy of the ever prolific RETNA.

Follow: Choosey / Exile / Dirty Science / Retna

This is the first video leak from Choosey’s upcoming release titled Left Field, dropping on Dirty Science Records Oct 14, 2014.

After producing albums for Blu Fashawn, Aloe Blacc, Dag Savage and more, Exile is gearing up to drop yet another album with
So Cal, rapper Choosey. But before the Choosey and Exile album, Choosey is dropping the FREE “Left Field Album”.

More Information: www.thedirtyscience.com / www.soundcloud.com/dirty-science

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Introducing Lungie Land: The Mixtape

This is a collection of footage of DeadlungLucas MagoonChris Bradshaw, Will Bateman, Lane Knaack, and many more as they ride in Utah, Japan, and beyond. Within all of the different locales, terrain, and riders, the commonality that links all of these shots is that the locations and familiarity of the runs make the riding seem attainable, but Lungie and crew keep ahead of the curve with a unique, smooth board control–it’s an ideal vicarious experience. Overall, there’s an inordinate amount of style packed into the shots in Lungie Land: The Mixtape, so sit back and enjoy a year in the life of Deadlung and crew.