August Alsina - Gangsta Grillz: The Product 2

Posted 3 years ago
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Def Jam crooner August Alsina fully understands that a career in music can be over before it even gets started. It is for this reason that the New Orleans native has chosen to keep the tunes coming, delivering a follow-up to last year's DJ Scream-hosted The Product.

Included on the 14-track Gangsta Grillz: The Product 2, hosted by none other than DJ Drama, are Booth-featured selections "I Luv This Sh*t," "Let Me Hit That" and "Downtown." Joining Alsina on the mixtape are special guests Curren$y, Jazze Pha, Juelz Santana, Kidd Kidd, Trinidad Jame$ and Roscoe Dash, while production credits belong to Cassius Jay, Dundeal, Knucklehead, Muziq Korner, $K, Spinz, The Exclusives and more.

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