BRAZIL STREET INTRODUCES YOUNG LIFE!

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BRAZIL STREET INTRODUCES YOUNG LIFE!

Postby Don Natural » 17 Feb 2006 00:44

BRAZIL STREET INTRODUCES YOUNG LIFE!

In the midst of the West Coasts resurrection, we have witnessed some of the greatest rappers to emerge in decades from California. Life is no exception,backed by Big Fase 100 and G Ride of Brazil & Wilmington Street Records, Young Life has proved his dominance lyrically. Earning his title as "California's Freestyle King", the former protege of The Game, home from a one year bid is now poised to release his upcoming mixtape, Compton Life. Dont compare Life to other rappers in his age range,he is not a Bow Wow or Romeo, Life has lived everything he raps about. Life has been described as having the attitude and determination of a young Snoop Dogg with the street knowledge lyricism of Nas. First making an appearance on The Game's Documentary DVD, and gracing several mixtapes with scorching verses on mixtape classics such as 'Aint f***in With Life' and his "Young California Freestyle' over the Dogg Pound's Classic New York beat, Life is now readying to prove himself once and for all on his upcoming February 10th release of Compton Life.

THE MIXTAPE (COMPTON lIFE)

The first official mixtape release from the newly formed Brazil Street Records, Compton Life is already gaining a hyped buzz. With its first cut the business savvy "On The Grind" on which Young Life display his lyrical precision over Scarface's 'Never Snitch' instrumental, the mixtape is set to feature appearances from The B&W Family as well as from West Coast affiliates G. Malone and The Young Hoggs, and with production from in house producers The Outtatownerz and Scratch, Compton Life is buzzing to be a mixtape classic for the West Coast. In the midst of the storm of the new West Coast Life is emerging at its forefront and he's ready to prove with this release that he's here to make an impact on the industry. Make sure you cop Compton Life dropping February 10, on Brazil Street Records.

visit our website at www.theblackwallstreet.com
also check out www.brazilandwilmington.com (coming soon)
LIFES NEW SMASH SINGLE http://www.theblackwallstreet.com/onthegrind.mp3
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Postby PeteZarustica » 28 Feb 2006 08:21

What?
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Postby nickking » 28 Feb 2006 11:59

PeteZarustica wrote:What?


Exactly what I was wondering - it doesn't have anything to do with Brazil, does it Pete? :D
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Postby Ancodia » 28 Feb 2006 23:49

I'm sure that's because it's 'Brazil St', think Snoop, Dre etc the whole Compton thing!
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COMPTON LIFE: THE NEXT LEVEL?

Postby Don Natural » 21 Mar 2006 00:15

COMPTON LIFE: THE NEXT LEVEL?


Download Life's The Next Level Here:

http://rapidshare.de/files/14318241/You ... _.mp3.html

Or

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=01GH663O


Californias newest star has arrived, establishing his contendership for the heavyweight title with his street debut, Compton Life, Young Life is creating a buzz thats sending shockwaves across the industry reaching from the West Coast to the East Coast and through all the streets in between. The release of the Compton Life mixtape established the beginning of a West Coast dynasty in the making. Backed by Brazil Street's own Big Fase Hunned & G Ride, Young Life brings an unmatched hunger and fury to your speakers with his street debut. With features including Watts' own Glasses Malone, Young Shame of the Young Hoggs & The Brazil Street Family, Compton Life marks a new era for West Coast hip hop. With the brash creativeness of a young Jay-Z and the swagger of a young Snoop Dogg, Young Life & Brazil Street Records bring you 25 classic tracks of pure crack raw and uncut. Compton Life paints an unrestricted picture of the mindstate of the Compton lyricist. Including the street anthem "On The Grind" the brash "Compton Life" and the dominant "The Next Level" where Life spits lyrics that seize your attention with a vengeance that keeps you wondering what to expect next. If you dont have this classic street mixtape dont miss out you can purchase it exclusively from Brazil Street Records official store.

Make sure you certify your position with the movement and have your copy of one of the most talked about debuts in the industry. Life has burst onto the scene in a major way with this release and hes got his eyes set on the number one spot. Be on the look out for this new generation Compton emcee, hes definitely a force to be reckoned with. Get your insiders look into "Compton Life" now!



http://www.brazilandwilmington.com/mixtape.html

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Postby nickking » 21 Mar 2006 01:21

Don Natural, please explain what this has to do with 808 State, or is it just spam? :-?
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Postby PeteZarustica » 21 Mar 2006 13:19

Spam
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Postby Ancodia » 21 Mar 2006 14:44

This is actually very import to the history of 808...

You have obviously forgotten how: before the sex change, skin bleaching and flight to Moss-side, that Tunes was a young black girl from Compton struggling to make it as a rapper! :P

J :wink:
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Postby 808state's Tartan Army » 21 Mar 2006 20:46

Ancodia wrote:This is actually very import to the history of 808...

You have obviously forgotten how: before the sex change, skin bleaching and flight to Moss-side, that Tunes was a young black girl from Compton struggling to make it as a rapper! :P

J :wink:

Is it April 1st already, John? :P
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Postby Pob » 21 Mar 2006 20:47

Don Natural, please explain what this has to do with 808 State, or is it just spam?


I doesn't have to have anything to do with 808 - it's in the Music forum.

Doesn't stop it being shite, though. :D
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Postby nickking » 21 Mar 2006 20:58

True enough - I don't tend to mind when people post about other bands and who post about 808-related stuff, but two posts on an unrelated band?? Seems like a way of getting into search engines, if you ask me... :-?
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Postby Pob » 21 Mar 2006 21:23

Yep. You're probably right.

Go ahead and delete it. You have the power. :wink:
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