DEMRICK - All The Wrong Things 2 (Bonus Tracks)

Posted 3 years ago

In April, Los Angeles-based emcee DEMRICK let loose All The Wrong Things 2, the second release in his current mixtape series. The purpose of the series, according to the artist himself, is "to focus on what people say you shouldn't do, that makes you who you are." Looking to continue to spread this message, the artist formerly known as Young De has returned with a six-track bonus disc that acts as a continuation of ATWT2. Guest features on the free set are limited to Brevi, who appears on "See Me Now," while production credits belong to Cali Cleve, Danny Morris, Finatk and Zac and Jim Jonsin.

De is currently working on a new project, produced entirely by Polyester The Saint, which is titled Wings UP and scheduled for release later this summer.

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