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It’s been a while I know, but I’m back. I’ve been doing so much between school and music. But I itend to keep you all posted on what’s going on over here. Go follow my Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/milesg2g
my Soundclick/Site: Milesg2g.com
I’m also going to stop playing other music on here. I’ll just keep you posted on my favorite mixtapes or what I’m listening to now.
Ok so anyone on here that follows my twitter,may have noticed that I’ve been gone from my music. My laptop hit the floor, and I had to get my computer repaired and that took up to 3 weeks for some reason. (Bullshit Service)
I’ve had some time to think and study so I’m ready to drop some new beats real soon. Stay Tuned
Anyway new beats will be on the way stay tuned. Milesg2g.com
To all my fans, supporters, and friends please DL The Fall EP. It’s Free! lol I’m still working on some other stuff but check it out, rate and leave feed back thank you
Since I’ve made my Soundclick and actually put out some of my beats, I’ve lost inspiration in my music. That’s probably because I’m still trying to figure out the site in it’s own and the whole marketing process of selling my music. Fortunately for me I’ve found some inspiration in my music, and I’ve decided that: I’m going to start dropping EP’s of my production!
My first one should be Fall I the trap based instrumental project, but stay tuned for many more coming from me. I’m probably gonna upload the EP’s to Datpiff and sell the beats through my Soundclick. Time to hustle!
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I’ve finally taken the time out of my day to listen to this Meek Mill mixtape Philadelphia Eagles 3… straight ill. Everyone already knows how talented Meek is lyrically, but man this is just ill. When I first saw the mixtape on Datpiff I looked at the comments, and people were complaining about MMG beats. People seriously, stfu. He’s apart of MMG of course he’s gonna go hard on their beats and promote their producer lol. Not to mention he went in on a other beats. The mixtape had a good enough variety of beats that not only he went in on, but the entire team did.
This mixtape is a promised jam session all throughout and I honestly recommend it to any new Meek fans. This guy has bars. He’s one of the most talented and raw rappers out right now. I’ve been listening to Meek since Flamers 2 and he really blew up around Flamers 3. I honestly think, he’s a beast and is very underrated. back to the tape though, nice mixtape. There’s a good amount of features on it including: Jeezy, Ross, Wale, Fabolous, Maino, TI, and more.
Good work Meek keep the grind up throughout the summer. I can’t wait for your album to drop and I hope it sells as good as it will sound. #MMG
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It’s finally here, the mixtape we all we’re expecting on the 11th of March, NY On Top: Year Of The Underdog. I’m probably one of the biggest fans of French and the CokeBoyz movement, however I must say I wasn’t too impressed with this tape at all. Big Mike became one of my favorite mixtape hosts from the Max B wave. Still, it’s upsetting how this tape was done. Everyone’s saying, “It’s just a bunch of songs that didn’t make the CokeBoyz 3 cut” Which may very well be true, but even so that shouldn’t be the vibe when you put out a anticipated tape.
It didn’t help that the date kept getting pushed back and keeping people out of the know. I feel like it could’ve been promoted better and delivered better. Then when it was dropped, Datpiff had a small little banner for it to download. Like wtf? how are we supposed to find this tape if it’s not on the “Hot this week” or “Being played now”? Unacceptable.
As far as the tape goes itself, it was “ok”. I think a lot of people expected like some grand epic ass tape, but it was really just an apatizer. In fact that’s exactly Big Mike was saying all throughout the tape. So for those of you (including me) expecting some dope ass crazy hype super new track mixtape, No. The greater part of this tape showed how versatile the CokeBoyz are on other tracks and their freestyle ability. It also gave people a chance to get to know the other parts of the team besides French and Chinx. I honestly thought it’d be on the same level of Mister 16 or Mac and Cheese. Unfortunately, it’s not and that’s unfortunate.
On the brightside of the mixtape, it shows that French and the CokeBoyz are looking to Flood the streets. Following this mixtape is the very anticpated CokeBoyz 3, followed by Cocaine Alumni: White Tape. I believe these 2 mixtapes will be the very best mixtapes of the summer. So the good thing is this isn’t the end of the Cokeboyz nor French and you know they’re gonna grind. Still, next time decide to do a apatizer mixtape surprise us. I think it’d make a better effect on the fans. People we’re expecting a 5/5 mixtape.
Big ups to the CokeBoyz, I’m still a 100% loyal fan, but I have to be honest and not bias. The Cokeboyz pretty much run NY right now, and for fans that don’t know or care about them outside of the North, you don’t want any mess ups. Can’t wait for CokeBoyz 3
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The mixtape that shutdown Datpiff.com for about 3 hours has finally dropped and I have a hold of it. That’s right Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Allderdice is pretty satisfying. I have to admit I wasn’t expecting this good of a tape, but it’s def a 5/5. This mixtape seemed a lot more personal than his other mixtapes and that’s pretty good to see from Wiz seeing that he doesn’t hold back from anything. He didn’t have too many features on this, but the few he had were amazing collaborations and didn’t take away from the vibe of the mixtape at all.
Many people will never let go of Kush and OJ, but I think it’s safe to say this is on the same level as that legendary mixtape. The difference is the impact it’s had on his career. Every great rapper has that 1 mixtape that just defines and catapults them into fame and hype. It’s what you do with it and how you keep hustling that makes the rapper great. Wiz hasn’t stopped for a second since Kush and OJ, producing many hits and a lot of mainstream music. To be honest, I hated the mainstream Wiz. I didn’t consider him a sellout at any point, I just figured that was the music he wanted to put out. I was craving a another type of tape like his previous mixtapes. So, when he dropped this Mixtape I was hoping he delivered and he did.
Classic Wiz good work.
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Chief Keef, a friend of mine told me about this guy and I’m actually a fan of him. He reminds me of Waka Flocka for obvious reasons, but he’s different. He’s from Chicago and I have to say I can see some potential in him in the streets. His mixtape: Back from the Dead consists of 12 songs, you can find it on Datpiff.com.
He’s not the most lyrical rapper, so I wouldn’t suggest him to just any hip hop fan. However, his songs and lyrics completely reflect his hood and the streets. If you’re looking for some raw street shit download this mixtape.
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