What's up everyone. We are doing a contest with T.I. and we are giving away $1200 a day for the next 10 days. Just wanted to give you all a heads up.
Black Bobby - "Phat Kid Tendencies" (Mixtape) (hosted/mixed by DJ D-Up)
Listen/Download Phat Kid Tendencies - http://www.zshare.net/audio/686424448cefe68e/
I'm new to this forum and I just wanted to put this mixtape up here. Both me and dude are from Washington, DC but live in Miami now. This mixtape has been getting some buzz so we are just hoping to get it out there more. If you're in Miami, our next show is March 5 w/ AZ and Cormega @ Whiteroom. Def check the tape, especially if ur a DC or MIA head. Peace.
About Phat Kid Tendencies: http://www.blackbobby.com / http://www.djd-up.com
Black Bobby's first mixtape, Phat Kid Tendencies, is totally FREE and comes after three long years transitioning from politics to the music industry. Phat Kid Tendencies is just straight up real Hip-Hop utilizing freestyles over familiar classic beats, original songs, and re-interpretations of some of Bobby's favorite tunes. Anyone who loves classic Hip-Hop will appreciate the mixtape. Phat Kid Tendencies is Bobby's life work, is based on his real life, and can be most aptly described as when keeping it real goes right. Phat Kid Tendencies has no features and was recorded by Block Royal in their Miami studio.
"BLACK BOBBY is the alias of Miami-based MC Larry Harris, Jr. Originally from DC, this Harvard grad was about to start running for seats but realized his calling was to run rhymes and move seats! He's all about preserving the original spirit of hip hop - his album has no grandstanding foolishness, no bling-worship, and no features - it's just one man rapping right over some classic beats and reminding you what hip hop is all about."
-Sweat Records (Miami's #1 indie music shop) http://www.sweatrecordsmiami.com
"One listen to PKT (Phat Kid Tendencies) brought me back to the days when Hip-Hop was done right ala The Golden Age! If you're a fan of The Cool Kids, Mickey Factz, A Tribe Called Quest, Black Moon, Biggie, etc., then do yourself a favor and download both mixtape and the album!"
-Dimitris George of Hipster Overkill http://www.hipsteroverkill.com
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