Well, it’s finally here. My first mixtape/album. I was supposed to debut it at 8pm on facebook/soundclick and a bunch of other sites, but I figured I’d give my favorite forum first dibs.
A little background on my project.
This is the first of a series (not sure yet if it’ll be a series of 3 or 4 yet) but I’m basing the series off of Batman villians (cause I’m such a huge nerd). And I felt like I was taking a lot of chances on this record, so the obvious choice for my first record was Twoface.
As explained to some of you before, this is actually 2 different EPs put together, but I jumbled up the tracklist instead of just having one play after the other. At a later point, I’m going to re-release not only this one, but the separate EPs as well.
T.R.U.T.H. stands for Talking Real Understanding They Hate which is a more personal record, which reflects on some of my past experiences growing up in Mattapan, MA. It’s a lot darker than the other half, as well as more sample oriented. Fans of 90’s hip-hop may prefer this record.
D.A.R.E. Stands for Destroying All Rookie Emcees which the more synth-heavy, 808 style of production. I hit the majority of the songs with a more aggressive flow than the former record and I come with a more cocky influence in these songs. Fans of current music may prefer this record.
But overall, I tried to come with a little something for everybody. Eventually I will re-master it and re-release it, but I wanted to get it to the masses now before it gets lost in a sea of promises.
A preview of the record
And here’s my first single
As the day goes by, I’ll be updating this initial post with more links for downloads, but for now I’m gonna start with mediafire. A Datpiff, Soundclick, soundcloud, etc link with be provided as the day progresses.
For PC users who don’t have the software to extract zipped files
But for now, here’s the link to the record. I really hope yall enjoy it, leave your feedback, thoughts, comments, likes/dislikes. Let me know so I could improve for my next one!
Soundclick link/Mixtape review