On the newest gathering of the “leaders of the new school,” 18-year old Cleveland emcee TreaZon introduces himself not as the savior of hip-hop, but rather as an example of the genre in its purest form. His new single, Stay In Your Place, is an East and West Coast influenced track (in fact, it samples multiple lines from Biggie‘s Sky’s The Limit), whose guest list extends from Canada (Toronto’s Drake) to the other end of the Midwest (Chicago’s GemStones), and even the Dirty South (Dallas/Fort Worth’s Dow Jonez). Produced by the Baron Boys, Stay In Your Place is a sign of hope that hip-hop’s next generation will be strongly united. The record will appear on TreaZon’s The Re-Introduction mixtape (hosted by Don Cannon), available next Tuesday, October 21.
Written by Burmy on 10/15/08
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