M.I.A. – Doobie (Produced by Danja) (Unreleased) [Listen]

M.I.A. – Doobie (Produced by Danja) (Unreleased) [Listen]
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In the spirit of “Throwback Track Thursday,” Danja unveiled a very rare unreleased track from M.I.A earlier yesterday. Titled “Doobie,” the Danja produced record dates back to 07′, and apparently never made it out until now.

This should hold you guys off for a bit as we await M.I.A’s Matangi LP–release date TBA!

Fast forward the video to the 2:34 mark to listen to the track!

Max G. | Elite.

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