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Hear The Big Payback: Vol. 1 - "The 45's" by DJ Scratch here: soundcloud. Hear The Big Payback: Vol. 2 - "The Legacy of James Brown" by . eriod here: soundcloud. This time around, Amerigo takes on James Brown in The Big Payback Vol lll. In the third and latest offering from "The Big Payback" summer mix series, the producer follows the exceptionally awesome first and second volumes from the legendary DJ Scratch and master craftsman, J. Period. The Big Payback album artwork was developed exclusively for this series by Cojo "Art Juggernaut" - ww. rtJuggernaut. released June 24, 2014. Produced by Amerigo Gazaway Soul Mates The Big Payback. some rights reserved.
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