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Go Back In time to the Old School! Up in the Attic! Have Fun! (122 hits)

Let's Take It Back to the Old School! Circa 1984 A group of Teens use to hang out in the Attic of one of the brothers homes. The Asiatic Brothers had a lot of fun, a little bit of knowledge (of self), and experimented with a lot of things. They loved hip hop and joking around. Some got into crime, there was fly girls, fly guys, elders and peer pressure as well as popularity. How could one survive? Let's Go! Directed by Christopher Brown and Kamal Supreme Find the soundtrack at: https://open.spotify.com/album/4BZ6cq... https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/up-...
Posted By: Kamal Imani
Sunday, November 4th 2018 at 11:23PM
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