J. Cole dropped off The Warm Up back in 2009, making a splash in the mixtape game with backing from Roc Nation. The majority of the mixtape was self-produced by the Cole World MC, with just a few features from Dreamville affiliate Omen and Brandon Hines.
Nipsey Hussle kicked off his Bullets Ain't Got No Names mixtape series with the release of volume 1 in 2008. The project, presented by DJ Skee, DJ Felli Fel & The Empire, is executive produced by Johnny Shipes and Nipsey himself, and contains 21 tracks.
Lil Wayne delivered Tha Drought Is Over 2, one of many in a long line of mixtapes from the YMCMB rapper, prior to the release of his Carter 3 album.
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