Bella Shmurda delivers highly anticipated 8 track EP “High Tension EP”. Bella does his thing on this project employing no features. The EP consists of 8 songs, 6 new sounds and 2 previously released tracks. The songs on the EP are Out There, World, Soldier Go, Far Away, Lako, Rush, Party Next Door and Champion. Click here to listen.
The EP was co-produced by Fancy Beatz, SB The Producer, Cent Hor, Larry Lens, Vibes and YT Farhad.
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