Tag Archive: southern

Trae Tha Truth- Tha Blackprint

Tha Blackprint is rapper Trae Tha Truth’s latest release and the reviews have been nothing short from positive. This mixtape should be an album from start to finish all you need to do is press play and let it ride. From “I do this”, “Bitch I’m from Texas”, “F*cked up World”, “Fightin Words” to  “I Run This City”, it’s hard to choose my favorite song-  if I had to choose it would be “Bitch I’m From Texas” because I’m from Texas! 🙂 This Texas rapper has made his state proud. H-town stand up! If you like street music this is definitely one that you need to add to your collection.The Southern hip-hop flare is making its way back on the scene in full effect.

Follow Trae Tha Truth on twitter: @TRAEABN

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No Limit Forever Presents: Bengie B

No Limit Forever has released another mixtape from their southern vault. Bengie B’s Ben Raw Ben Real was released on Tuesday August 21,2012 just a couple days after the release of Romeo Miller’s Inception. Dubbed by Mr. Miller as the the “tank’s secret weapon”, this mixtape stands true to its name. If you are a fan of hard southern hip-hop this is one you will definitely need to add to your collection. My personals favorites from this album are “I Feel”,  “Cut Throat” and “I’m Loaded”. This really should be an album and should be receiving air-play on the radio.
Take a listen below and download.

Follow Bengie B on twitter: @bengie_bee


Romeo Miller releases Inception

Actor/Rapper/CEO of No Limit Forever, Romeo Miller, has officially released his latest mixtape entitled Inception. He was recently seen last week hosting/co-hosting BET’s 106 and Park and ever so clever promoting the release of Inception. Staying true to his southern roots, Romeo released Inception via livemixtapes.com at exactly 5:04 pm (New Orleans area code 🙂 ) on his 23rd birthday. Reviews have been positive with a few negative, then again what is life with out haters. What can be said is the majority of the songs on this mixtape carry the southern style rap with the same flare his father was/is known for. From the hard hitting bassline of Link Up (B.B.L.U.) to the softer more motivational and personal side of Fly- this album proves Romeo Miller is a grown man and a forced to be reckoned with. There are a couple of songs from this mixtape that(with a little encouragement from fans) could easily be played on-air. Listen below and if you like what you hear you can download it at :


Follow him on twitter: @romeomiller