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PR: LATE - "Street Product EP" Out Now
Posted by Steve Juon at Monday, March 28th, 2011 at 8:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

From Park Street PR:

LATE - "Street Product EP" Out Now

UK Rapper LATE first exploded onto the UK Rap scene in 1999 as the main rapper in the crew Villains & Wolftown Committee. He then released a string of solo CD's including his nine track debut EP 'International Rhyme Spittin', his debut mixtape 'The Villainous One' in 2005, 'Englishman In New York' a mixtape with American DJ Cashis Kay in 2006, 'Extended Family - The CEO's Edition' with New York rapper Geolani, 'Two Thousand And LATE' mixtape in 2008 and debut his album 'Below Street Level' which featured the likes of Willie D (Geto Boys), JT The Bigga Figga and K-Rino in 2009. 2010 was a busy year for LATE and in May he dropped his brand new album 'UK Rapscallion' which featured a string of well-respected UK artists such as Genesis Elijah, Supar Novar, Tuberculosis, Iron Braydz, Serocee, K9, Jai Boo and Manny Moscow, amongst others. Then in July Wolftown Recordings released the digital album 'From The Vaults' a collection of all of LATE's best underground outings.

Now LATE drops a brand new six track EP which is a collection of collaborations with a string of well respected USA acts. Guests on the EP include Atlanta's number one GUCCI MANE, as well as D.A, M.E.N.I.S, CAPER and South Park Coalition's RAPPER K from Houston, DUTTY DEVIOSO from Louisiana, CALICO from Washington DC and GONJA & TRIGGA MANE from Cincinnati with some amazing production from his dedicated producer TRICKSTA. Also included here is the massive 'There's No Room' which weighs in at just over eight minutes and features K-Rino alongside other members of SPC. As an artist he has featured on over 250 mixtapes and releases in his ten year career, and what Wolftown Recordings have done here is pick the cream of the crop and re-mastered those classic moments for a brand new digital release. This release really does pay homage to one of the UK's most consistent rappers.



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