Dizzy Wright - The Golden Age

Posted 3 years ago

Underground buzzmaker Dizzy Wright has released his latest solo project, the HotNewHipHop.com-presented The Golden Age. The Sin City representative's fifth street album in total, the tape is the follow-up to the free version of SmokeOut Conversations (released in June 2012), and comes on the heels of last December's Booth-hosted The First Agreement EP.

Heralded by the Joey BadA$$-assisted "Maintain" and visual release "Can't Stop Won't Stop," the 22-track set boasts additional guest appearances from Hopsin, Jarren Benton, Kid Ink, Krayzie Bone, SwizZz and Wyclef (to name a few). Producers include DJ Hoppa, Kato, Rikio, SupaHotBeats and Wyclef.

Starting this September, Dizzy Wright will be touring behind this project. Click here to learn when he'll be visiting a city near you!

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