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With summer coming to a close, the sounds of simmering hot dogs and perfectly executed shot-gunned beers are steadily dying off like the lightning bugs that illuminate the nighttime sky. Catching the seasonal essence, Aleon Craft and his fellow ATLiens give us visuals to his verse from the Nappy Roots-assisted "A Different World"—showing their idea of summertime fun when the sun goes down. The perfect ode to Wham-O slippin' and moonshine sippin', emulate Craft’s video and enjoy the last bits of the season before the first leaves drop. Aleon Craft and SMKA’s latest project, The Stargazing Mixtape, is out now. Snag it here if you haven’t already taken a ride aboard their ship.
All aboard the SMKA space shuttle. Aleon Craft has crystal clear skies in his eyes as he blasts into orbit with Mick Boogie & Terry Urban for The Stargazing Soundtrack. With crew members such as Playboy Tre, Mikkey Halsted and several other literal ATLiens, to summarize this as simply a mixtape would be a crime. It's pure aeronautics. Atlanta, we have a problem. The Luke Skywalker/Issac Hayes hybrid of the game is about to get intergalatic on your arse. Download -- Aleon Craft - The Stargazing Soundtrack As an extra, Aleon sat down with Maurice Garland to break down Craft's new project.
With the final leak from his upcoming The Stargazing Soundtrack hosted by Mick Boogie & Terry Urban Aleon shows us where the draws the force for all of his intergalactic odysseys.
You can call Aleon Craft weird, strange, crazy or deranged, just make sure you have the "dope" in front. The ingenius genius from the big bad South is lending his talents to Mick Boogie & Terry Urban's The Stragazing Soundtrack later this artist which are mostly songs being executed live on the Atlanta Stargazing Tour as we speak. The SMKA powerhouse samples The Doors' "People Are Strange" to let the magic come alive.
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Artwork by Tech Supreme Prepare yourself for an out of body, inner soul experience of a lifetime.
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