Live & Direct
B.o.B & Scotty ATL
B.o.B and Scotty ATL have come through with their joint mixtape Live & Direct. The two emcees have a great rapport, and their equally distinct voices sound good side by side. Atlanta is front and center throughout the project, with B.o.B forgoing the conspiracy talk in favor of more traditional shit-talking and rhymes grounded in reality.
Street God 2
Project Pat returns just two months after the first Street God mixtape, with another sixteen records on deck for Street God 2. In a similar fashion as the first instalment, Pat rounds up production from Lil Awree, Nard & B, DJ Spinz, TM88 of 808 Mafia and a few others. He keeps the features rather limited, enlisting Juicy J on two records ("Pint of Lean" and "Twerk Bitch") as well as Young Dolph and Tone Yates.
364 days after the release of his Cheez N Dope 3 mixtape, Project Pat shared a 17-track mixtape called Street God. The 17-track mixtape is Pat's second mixtape of the year, after July's Pistol & A Scale.
If you're a fan of dark, detailed storytelling, then look no further than God. Yes, that's the dude's name, but it'll soon make sense, as most of his lyrics really do bear the weight of the scripture. In addition to his recent collab with mentor Juicy J, "Broke (Remix)," his new mixtape, The Gospel, contains 12 brand new tracks. There are no fillers and no DJ, making for an album-quality mixtape.
Pistol & A Scale
Project Pat dropped off a new mixtape today, Pistol & A Scale. A month ago we heard the Fetty Wap and Big Trill collaboration, "Rollin Dank," but since then Project Pat's been pretty quiet.
Blue Dream & Lean 2 (No DJ)
We began the week with Juicy J dropping the ratchet, but not quite as ratchet sequel to 2011's Blue Dream & Lean, and now he closes it out by dropping a DJ-free version. Eliminating DJ Scream's screams, Juicy now lets us hear Blue Dream & Lean 2 in its unadulterated form.
Cheez N Dope 3
After steadily dropping tracks for the past few months, Memphis' Project Pat is ready to release Cheez N Dope 3, a new, 18 track tape. Featuring the talents of Rick Ross, Juicy J, Young Scooter, Shy Glizzy, Ca$h Out and King Ray, the release has a pretty even blend of solo tracks and features. Production is handled by Lil Awree, Nard & B, Drumma Boy, DJ Spinz, Inomek, Izze The Producer and Mouse On The Track.
Bump Cheez-N-Dope 2, the latest mixtape from Project Pat, which dropped on Friday, September 6th, 2013. Project Pat's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Cheez-N-Dope 2 is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Project Pat stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
High Class Street Music 3: Trappin Out A Mansion
Give High Class Street Music 3: Trappin Out A Mansion a spin - it's the latest tape from Young Dolph, having dropped on Tuesday, May 14th, 2013. Young Dolph's musical situation is improving with every new release, and High Class Street Music 3: Trappin Out A Mansion will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Young Dolph has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Young Dolph has in store.
Cheez N Dope
Cop Cheez N Dope, the latest mixtape from Project Pat, which dropped on Wednesday, January 9th, 2013. Project Pat's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Cheez N Dope will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Project Pat debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
French Montana, Juicy J & Project Pat
The following artists contributed to the mixtape: DJ Paul, Akon, Chinx Drugz. Can you dig it? If you're feeling this, make sure to hit up French Montana, Juicy J & Project Pat's profile page for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
The Southern Dynasty
In honor of Juicy J's new tape Blue Dream & Lean 2, we're uploading an old tape by the Memphis rapper that deserves your attention. The Southern Hospitality was released in 2010, just before the former Three 6 Mafia member saw his career explode after it seemed like it was decidedly on the decline.