YP - No Doz

Posted 4 years ago

In December 2010, Chicago native YP released his first major mixtape, No Sleep, for free download at DJBooth.net. Now 21 months later, the recent Universal Republic signee drops his latest tape, No Doz, which features previously-highlights song selections "Hood Sh*t" and "To The Moon." Joining the 25-year-old emcee on the new project, which is hosted by DJ Green Lantern, are veteran emcee Raekwon, Derty Harry and Kaye Foxx.

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