Amalgam Digital emcee Young Riot has hooked up with DJBooth.net to bring fans his latest street release, Y.O.M.P.
Following up his May 2010 collaboration project with mentor Max B, A Wave Called Yes, as well as his solo debut, I’m So Yes, Riot is back with his sophomore offering. The project features 17 fresh tracks from the Boston buzzmaker.
Having collaborated with Curren$y, French Montana, Gucci Mane, Rich Boy and the Ying Yang Twins on past tapes, Riot flies solo on his latest full-length. All beats come courtesy of Amalgam in-house producers Whitey and DJ Si.
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"Young Elevatin' Successful" (2011)
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