After what seems like a lifetime delay Dee Goodz releases his free album onto the interwebs. Nashville got something special with this kid. Tracklist & download under the hood.
Although this has been released as a mixtape, I don’t care what anyone says, this shit right here is an ALBUM! 2011 has seen Ryshon grown so much as an artist, countless projects and consistency have got him where he is now. He can sit back and enjoy the holiday season knowing he has worked his ass off this year and gained a whole lot of respect from alot of good people. 2012, is Ryshon’s year. What he has coming is yet to be revealed but if it’s anything like this then I am cool with it. Hit the jump.
People always ask me what is the difference between a street album & a mixtape. The answer, a street album first and foremost has to be all original production, a mixtape doesn’t. A street album gets that title because it really does feel like a album. No tags, just good music. There is a few differences and the MAIN one is the quality of the music you set your ears upon. I would not class this new project from the homie A.P. as a mixtape, AT ALL! This is album type shit right here, a album he is giving us for free. DOPE. Hit the jump.
Respect: DJ Booth
Fresh off the Thanksgiving holiday, Serius Jones unleashes his Serius Bizness 2 street album via GetSerius.com. Features include T-Pain, Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Bobby V and more. Tracklist and download link, below.
Chuuwee released his street album “Watching The Throne” last night. I missed it but am here with it now, better late than never. After a few solid releases along with a album trailer the promotion run in has been on point, pick this up. Great project from start to finish. Hit that jump.
Not sure if you remember, but I posted a song from this Dallas, Texas duo awhile back called “Fa Shiggadow” which caught my attention while I attended a music conference down in Dallas several months back. These two attend Texas Tech University and like I stated previously bring a handful of diversity to the game. Sort of like a modern day Outkast.
This past weekend the duo released a mixtape called Uncas, a 13 track project filled with NOTHING but original cuts. Standouts include, “Start The Show”, “Bye-Gone 2.0″, “Smoke Sum”, “Fa Shiggadow”, and “Queen.” Tracklist and download link, below.
2.Start The Show 03:56
4.Does Not Compute 04:05
5.Head Lights 04:58
6.Bye-Gone 2.0 04:36
7.Smoke Sum 04:20
8.Identity Crisis 04:52
9.Cut My Tires 05:07
11.Fa Shiggadow 05:06
12.Thats 70s 02:32
DOWNLOAD: The Mohicans – Uncas
As you are aware by now I am down for introducing new artists to the pages of YHTN. It’s always exciting listening to new artists who have been introduced to you by others in this game. Let me get you familiar with G-Two from the DMV. Some of you more hardcore blog viewers my be familiar with this dude after he continues to spread blog to blog. That’s what were all here for, to support good music right? He recently dropped off this new album “One Man Army Vol. 2: Warpaint” off to the masses. You can download it after the jump, look out for more stuff from this man including a new visual dropping in the week.
If any of you artists are pondering how to promote a forthcoming project then take a page out of Aftermath signee Slim The Mobster’s book. Over the last month or more he has been constantly hitting blogs with new videos and music, all building up to this project, “War Music”. Features from Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar & more. Hit that jump.
Respect: DJ Booth
I want to thank the MOST HIGH because without HIM none of this would be possible. I want to thank my family and the whole Atkboyent Team for believing in me. I want to thank Woody for always being there for me, pushing me to become a better artist, and for never giving up on me. I want to thank Smarty for standing by me through all my bullshit and being the bad guy. I want to thank Chetara and Mugzy along with all of my other supporters for lending me their ears, I aint shit without yall. Also, a special shout out to all of the blogs and websites that have held me down since the beginning. I wouldn’t have an outlet to reach anyone without you. This album is my heart, I hope yall fuck with it. Word. – Yung Nate