PREMIERE: Benny Cassette featuring BJ The Chicago Kid - Bridges Over Babylon

Signed to G.O.O.D. Music as a producer and writer, Benny Cassette has spent the past few months

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Signed to G.O.O.D. Music as a producer and writer, Benny Cassette has spent the past few months working with and on upcoming projects for Kanye West, Miguel, Stacy Barthe, John Legend, Eric Bellinger and Elle Varner just to name a few. And just a little over a week ago, we heard the first leak, “Virgo Season,” from Benny’s forthcoming EP, Apocalypse, which featured TDE’s rising star Isaiah Rashad and today, we premiere project’s second single, “Bridges Over Babylon,” from the project which features BJ The Chicago Kid. Benny Cassette’s upcoming EP, Apocalypse, will be released this fall and will feature Stacy Barthe, BJ The Chicago Kid, Pell and Isaiah Rashad, stay tuned.

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