Who says hip-hop doesn’t have love for the Olympics? Just in time for the start of the Olympic games later this week, Hypetrak and Mick Boogie have teamed up for Represent The Stripes, an 18-song mixtape inspired by adidas Originals and dedicated to the U.S. Olympic team. Among the song inclusions on Represent The Stripes is Where I Am featuring Rapper Big Pooh and produced by Mell & D. Pooh fittingly drops verses about overcoming the odds, while Mell & D’s horn-laced production adds an uplifting vibe with steady drum kick keeping the song heavily hip-hop. Represent The Stripes was released yesterday, July 24 and is available for free download here.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/25/12
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