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Nickel & Dimed

by 14KT

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14KT laces together 14 instrumentals + 1 song with an incomparable ear for flipping samples, and his signature boom-bap, off-kilter drum programming and spacey synths. Then he enlists a handful of his favorite artists for a vocal encore (including Blu, Black Milk and MED) + appearances by Detroit's own JMSN on the summer cruiser Slo Swerve (also featuring Jamall Bufford) and Cali's Kokane (along with MED) on the new west coast anthem "W.C.E.F." 14KT even steps up to the microphone himself on "Five & Ten" to paint a picture of his take on the phrase, “nickel and dimed."

14KT thanks
"I personally want to say THANK YOU to all of the countless individuals who recognize, utilize, and give their GOD-given talents, purposes, skills, and wisdom EVERYDAY, so individuals such as myself, can continue to dream, create, and progress."

MMG Thanks:
Our God, Our Parents, Our Families, Our Friends, Our Fans.

Special Thanks:
Kendall Tucker, Jeff Klein, Joe Dent, Corey Sheridan, J. Kim, Injung Huh.

Rest Easy:
Bernard Bayer & Michael Andrew White.

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released August 27, 2013

produced by 14KT

management Jeff Klein for A-Side Worldwide
photography Doug Coombe
artwork design Frank William Miller Junior
produced & mixed by 14KT @ The IS Studios, Ypsilanti, MI
mastered by Eric Morgeson @ Studio A

executive producers Kendall Tucker, Jeff Klein, Michael Tolle

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Track Name: Live From Pimpstead (feat. Roc Marciano)
“My moccasins made out of oxen skin, my money box won’t even let the oxygen in.”