Lil West - That's Too Much [New Mixtape]

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HNHH Premieres a free EP from Lil West and producer Yung Milkcrate, "That's Too Much."

Today we're excited to premiere a new EP from Delaware's savior (~lmao~), Lil West. The 17-year old has been creeping on to the HNHH pages consistently over the past month or two, with his first appearance being an EP he did with producer Nodachi back in September.

This EP was created with another producer, based out of Reno, Nevada, Yung Milkcrate. As is often the case with these millennial kids, the two connected via internet (SoundCloud) and thus That's Too Much is a product of the internet's accessibility. The EP has one cohesive vibe, but there's a balance between certified bangers ("Soon To Be"), and trap lullabies ("Red Lights Jumpin"). West also throws away the auto-tune from time to time, proving he doesn't need to use, he just likes too. Amen.

Listen and/or download, let us know what you think. You can find Lil West on twitter @lilwestbb, and Yung Milkcrate @YungMilkcrate.

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That's Too Much

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7 MAKE IT STOP
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HNHH Premieres a free EP from Lil West and producer Yung Milkcrate, "That's Too Much."


Today we're excited to premiere a new EP from Delaware's savior (~lmao~), Lil West. The 17-year old has been creeping on to the HNHH pages consistently over the past month or two, with his first appearance being an EP he did with producer Nodachi back in September.

This EP was created with another producer, based out of Reno, Nevada, Yung Milkcrate. As is often the case with these millennial kids, the two connected via internet (SoundCloud) and thus That's Too Much is a product of the internet's accessibility. The EP has one cohesive vibe, but there's a balance between certified bangers ("Soon To Be"), and trap lullabies ("Red Lights Jumpin"). West also throws away the auto-tune from time to time, proving he doesn't need to use, he just likes too. Amen.

Listen and/or download, let us know what you think. You can find Lil West on twitter @lilwestbb, and Yung Milkcrate @YungMilkcrate.

Tracklist
01. #1Baller
02. KnowYuhSelf
03. Red Lights Jumpin
04. Soon To Be
05. I Can't Come Back, Sorry
06. Da Bando So Icy
07. Somethin Was Missin

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