Devize ft Praverb, Aral and Sauzé – The Fray

• August 13, 2014 • Comments (4)

Praverb

We are honoured to premier the European release of Praverb’s new featured single titled “The Fray”. The song belongs to German singer Devize and Belgian Hip-Hop group Aral and Sauze, and American-based Praverb has debuted  the single with HHK to mark the release. Praverb and Devize have been collaborating for several years, and “The Fray” is a follow-up to their 2012 released track “Temporary Home”. You can listen to Devize ft. Praverb, Aral and Sauzé – The Fray on the soundcloud player below.

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