WillPower - BallersEve Presents: SupaHotBeats Instrumental Collection Vol. 1

Posted 4 years ago

Booth-acclaimed beatsmith WillPower (aka SupaHotBeats) has come together with The DJBooth and BALLERS EVE to bring listeners his latest street album, SupaHotBeats Instrumental Collection Vol. 1.

Part one in a series of instrumental releases leading up to the ATL producer's debut studio album (set for release in 2013), the DJ Dirrty-hosted project features 12 tracks worth of the ATL producer's best boardwork in recent memory. Included are the beats from previously-featured bangers by Yelawolf ("Pop the Trunk") and Nikkiya ("When I Was High"), as well as collaborations with Chevy Woods, Jon Hope, STS, Rittz and Tech N9ne.

Fans can also catch Yelawolf, Tech N9ne, Rittz and more performing many of these songs at the SupaHotBeats x DJBooth A3C showcase.

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