Wordsmith – The Revolution Begins With A Takeover Vol. 2 (Mixtape)

On October 30th HipHopdx and DJ Denox Present Wordsmith “The Revolution Begins with a Takeover” Vol. 2 Mixtape. Music is pretty stale at the moment, so Word seeks to bring a wide variety of Hip-Hop to the world with his revolution mixtapes. With this being the last in the series, up and coming artists like Skyzoo, Donny Goines, Geolani, & Trel Mack flexed there lyrically skills on tracks like “Bar-Bells” and “Nobody Cares.” Nu Revolution Camp artists Kontact & Black Knight lend their talents to tracks like “Breakfast at the Brightside Diner” & “The Way U Are,” while Baltimore MC’s Soulstice, Skarr Akhbar, Greenspan, Steadfast, Reggie Webb, E-Major, Pro & Reg, Tha Profitt, Tislem the Great, & Sly Solomon form a traveling band called “The B-More Baritones.” Camp producers Professa, Strada, Capish, & Street Level Most of the production was done by Nu Revolution with outside help from Lucki Handz, RhymeZwell, & Asesay.

As usual Wordsmith & HipHopdx is offering a 10% discount off Vintage Clothing Limited (www.vintagelimited.com) and Wear Your City (www.wearyourcity.com) as well. Both clothing lines sponser Word, so check out the coupons in the mixtape download and get yourself in the freshest up and coming urban gear.

As a final thanks to the fans, Wordsmith included a Music Video for his 1st single, “Park & Ride-The Sunset Edition (Directed by G-Light Films)” off his debut abum. “Vintage Material” dropping in 2009. Check Out G-light Films @ http://www.glightfilms.com for high quality Music Videos at great prices.

Look for Wordsmith to finish 2008 with “The 2008 Worldwide Web Wrap-Up” Mixtape, while 2009 will bring debut projects for Chubb Rock and Wordsmith’s “Bridging the Gap” Album and Wordsmith & I.N.C The Poets “A Baltimore Martini” UK Album!!

Download: Wordsmith – The Revolution Begins With A Takeover Vol. 2 (Mixtape)

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~ by dontsweatit on November 4, 2008.

One Response to “Wordsmith – The Revolution Begins With A Takeover Vol. 2 (Mixtape)”

  1. Awesome post!

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