Twista “Back To The Basics” Release Date, Cover Art & Tracklisting
November 30, 2013
The Black Jason of Rap is BACK!!, Twista, is back and ready to release his digital release only of his Ep-BACK TO THE BASICS. The ep features 7 sizzling tracks produced by: The Legendary Traxster, Dj Tight Mike & Lo Key. The Ep features new up coming r&b star Dra Day and Dj Victoriouz. This Ep serves as a appetizer before the rapper prepares to release his new album THE DARK HORSE, fans will have the opportunity to hear a taste of whats to come on this Ep.
Twista gives his die-hard fans a taste of what they want– from reminiscent classic West Side hardcore roots sounds, to what his females fans all know and love from him.– while demonstrating the versatility of both his artistry and genre. I give my fans what they want, and I consistently been doing this my entire career. Exclaims Twista
Twista’s is shooting 6 videos for this project and he plans to drop a video every 2 days leading up to the release. I love competition, and I feel there is so much more in my career that I need to do to prove my position in hip hop. Besides the music Twista cares about his city and all the senseless killings that is taking place. On November 26th Twista will be giving away 1000 turkeys to needy familes on the southside at Exclusive 773 store, located at 857 w. 87th st in Chicago, IL.
Twista will keep his fans fully connected leading up to the release of his ep via instagram,twitter, and facebook around the globe. Fans can stay in touch with Twista and know his whereabouts from December 5th – December 12th an official 5 day countdown until album release. Daily updates can be found at www.twitter.com/twistagmg.
Turn Havana to Atlanta?
April 12, 2013
After Jay Z’s recent song titled “open letter”, he suggested a few things about the President that could have been taken in poor taste.
“I done turned Havana in to Atlanta” and
“boy from the hood but got white house clearance
sorry y’all, I don’t agre with y’alll appearance
politicians never did shit for me
except lie to me, distort history.
Turns out the White House finds priority in the wrong things
What do yall think? Was Jay-Z telling the truth? Do you think The White House is wrong for even addressing it? Sounds like guilt to me!