Update: The NO DJ version of The 400 Lounge is now available for download.
The follow-up to 2009’s acclaimed International Ties: Foreign Affairs, the mixtape finds Manolo, Big A, K.O. and Baby D.O.E. showcasing their eclectic brand of Southern hip-hop in 13 brand new joints. Included in the project are reader-approved leaks “Dead Music,” “Money Getters” and “Toast… to the DJ.”
Joining EMB throughout 400 Lounge are such buzzmakers as Al Gator, Oz-Lo, Tommy Parker, Dipp, Tez McClain. In addition to the boardwork of Don Cannon, the project features production by TNT Beats, ...Focus, Aktual, Illfonics, TB Hits and L.T. Moe.
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