50 talks to the 1515 Boys about the new LP that he’s dropping next week.
“That’s why I titled it that. Creatively, this is not even
a mixtape. That’s why I put LP next to it. … My core audience will
understand it immediately, and it’s written specifically for that. I have two other tapes to follow it. Fourth of July, Sincerely Southside Part 2
coming out with mostly ’90s music on it. Timeless music, classic hit
records. Then, after that, there’s a G-Unit mixtape. It’s actually
untitled. I’ll be finished with it in the next day or so.”
You hear that folks, more aggressive content on the way. Check out the cover and tracklist after the jump.
“I think hip-hop in general has
changed dramatically based on artists reaching for other people. If
you look at the artists out there, I think they’re a reflection of
what was rock’n’roll. In general, they’re doing a style that isn’t
hip-hop. They’re doing things that aren’t traditional at all. What I fell in love with and inspired me to get into hip-hop is
dwindling away. I’d like to be a representation of that, because
there isn’t much of that left. I think people are so conscious of
the numbers they’re not being creative anymore.”