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MP3: A-WOLL - "The Big Bang Theory" (prod. Nottz)
A-WOLL And Nottz Continue Work, Release New Track From To Whom It May Concern
Compton, CA based MC A-WOLL has been keeping busy putting the finishing touches on his debut album, To Whom It May Concern, an album produced entirely by Grammy Award-wining producer Nottz that's scheduled for release later this year. Following the recent release of "Active," the first leak from the album on which Nottz was also featured, the pair are excited to release the latest teaser from the album, "The Big Bang Theory."
Nottz, who knows a thing or two about producing for up-and-coming Compton rappers, having worked extensively with The Game in the past, sings nothing but high praises for the latest talent from the neighborhood Dr. Dre once called home. "A-WOLL is an artist that's helping to bring a new heart beat to the West Coast," explains Nottz on his excitement to be working together with the A-WOLL. And this new track, "The Big Bang Theory," proves Nottz' strong words to be warranted. Layered with head banging drums, mesmerizing keys, and street loyal lyrics, it‘s easy to see why the West Coast rapper is becoming a home town favorite, as A-WOLL raps, “Respect for the G’s, love for the turf/ Married to the block, for better or worst."
Check out the song here: http://media.audibletreats.com/A-WOLL-The_Big_Bang_Theory_Prod_Nottz.mp3 .
Since 1998, some of Virginia-born Nottz' biggest records to date include, Snoop Dogg Ft R.Kelly "That's That," Kanye West Ft Lil Wayne "Barry Bonds," and Scarface Ft Trey Songz "Girl You Know." Adding to those credits, he has collaborated with artists such as Notorious B.I.G, Swizz Beats, The Game, 50 Cent, Dwele, and Murs just to name a few. These past few years he has built fan base and earned his stripes as a respected and talented artist and, on October 19th 2010, he is set to release his self-produced debut, You Need This Music. All of Nottz' hard work has been, in his words, "to take over the world one day with my sound."
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