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Exclusive: Khaleel – Finish Line (Feat. Panchi) (Prod. by Cutz)

Year Round Records artist Khaleel leaking this new joint with label mate Panchi. Enjoy:

Exclusive: Khaleel – Finish Line (Feat. Panchi) (Prod. by Cutz)

And watch out, a new joint by Khaleel & DJ Premier “Ain’t Nobody Tryna Hear Ya” is coming soon here…

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11 Responses to “Exclusive: Khaleel – Finish Line (Feat. Panchi) (Prod. by Cutz)”

  • Comment from LP


  • Comment from hq

    Dont know why premo signed Khaleel…bad bad panchi feat artist,”renegades” khaleel..

  • Comment from dave


  • Comment from polo

    Boring horrible beat & khaleel is a dreadful mc…other than that its ok lol

  • Comment from yoyo

    Why is he signing all these corny rappers? Sing someone like World’s Fair instead…..

  • Comment from dredknight

    I like the songs that Khaleel made in the begining when he signed Year Round,
    but the last few pieces are just complete disaster…..

    Gona bump hot flames a few more time just to clear what I heard hear from my conscious ;).

  • Comment from Who Shot John

    Premier is a dope human being for taking chances and trying to develop/support new young talent.


  • Comment from barry

    Not feeling this track. Not been convinced by Khaleel. Bring on the NYGZ album!

  • Comment from Jean Ferrat

    Breaking news: the missing dialog to better understand this picture….

    – Khaleel: show me love, respect my track, come to daddy & give me a hug, or I’ll jump over the bridge.
    – Us : wheteva… JUUUUUUUMMMMP !!!!!

    to make long stories short: fail !

  • Comment from TerryTee

    You guys are some backpackers man. Am 37 love hip-hop in all its forms, all its coasts & regions! Thats shits good, Khal sounds fresh as always. Hip-hops from NY but dosn’t only exist in NYC.

  • Comment from DJ Guttah

    This ain’t all that bad, don’t see why so many people are hating. I’m digging Khaleel’s lyrics on this, much more so than the last song he released. Panchi still has him beat, of course. Beat is pretty good.

    However, the part that’s real wack is the “Slow it DOWWWNNN.” I think that’s a bit overdone. It makes it sound kiddy like.

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