Protoman Remix of Iggy Azalea's "My World" Leaks on the Web

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Protoman is taking some time off from creating another solo album to focus on his place in hip hop duo Alligator City.

Even though he's not putting together anything full-length, he's not totally neglecting his own music. Today, his remix of Iggy Azalea's "My World" single leaked. 

According to an email from the artist, "This freestyle adapts the original songs content into [my] own Broward County clash of style."

"It's a little tongue-in-cheek," he says, but it's pumped with Proto's sound. You can download the track here. It's rife with 954 shout-outs and Protman's own quick lyrics. 

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