Atlanta production collective, SMKA, blocked out 882 Studios for four days, and invited many of Atlanta’s most talented and progressive hip-hop artists to hang out, and make music. The result is The Hang Out, a two-part compilation featuring more than 50 different artists on 20 original records produced entirely by SMKA producers 808 Blake, Kato and Justin Padron.
Part 1 features lead single Good Life and vocal work from the likes of Playboy Tre, Spree Wilson, Jackie Chain, Aleon Craft, Scotty and many more. Enjoy, and keep an ear out for Part 2, set to drop Monday, April 30.
Fans can also check out SMKA's previous albums: Super Market Knife Attack - The Best of 2012 Instrumentals | Various Artists - Stankonia Sessions: A3C Edition | SMKA Presents: A Kato Production
Written by Nathan S. on Mar 27, 2013
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