A lot of effort went into this! You could tell, right?
Big thanks to everyone involved. Whether front, behind or holding the camera. Street Ball is getting positive feedback , we appreciate it.
Took a basketball break from boxing for my project, The Tune Up. All the greats did it. If you're feeling this hit, mostly likely you are. Click the picture link below for one of the many online stores.
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Many years ago, one of the most dreadful things happened to me that could happen to a recording artist. My music that took years to build up, was lost. Mixtapes, demos, freestyles, completes, unfinished, you name it. All crashed on my old laptop. Recently, through the grace of God, those files were brought back to life.
You probably don't understand how much this means to me. Now fans will be able to hear what the younger version of me sounds like. Some people think I'm a new artist, let's see if they notice any of the old beats. Might be disappointed to find out your favorite rappers weren't this first to say many lines.
Great samples, later and previously used by legendary producers. Enough typing, listen and get caught up on the missing years of 1 Shot Spitune. I will add to this post periodically, check often.
Picture That I Paint 2006Produced By Track Bangas4:38
Be Like You 2006Produced By Track Bangas4:50
GCBC 2006Produced By Nyceflix3:48
Today 2006Nyceflix Ft - 1 Shot Spitune3:32
357 Freestyle 20051 Shot Spitune1:06
Where You At Freestyle (Boost Mobile) 20051 Shot Spitune1:28
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