SMKA Presents 2010 Official AC3 Mixtape

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Atlanta, Ga. -- Next month, October 7-9, hip-hop buzzmakers from across the country will gather at ATL's Masquerade Music Complex for 2010's AC3 Festival. In anticipation of the event, 808 Experiment production crew SMKA has gathered just a few of the Booth-acclaimed artists participating in the event for a two-part compilation mixtape. Part One of the project features contributions from 1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology), Crooked I, Killer Mike and many more. Watch for Part Two to hit the 'net October 5.

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2010 Official AC3 Mixtape Tracklist:

01. 1982 (Statik Selektah & Termanology) ft. Bun B & Masspike Miles - You Should Go Home
02. Chaundon – Yall Don’t Want It
03. Diamond District – I Mean Business
04. Aleon Craft – Yoga Flame
05. Mistah FAB ft. Lil Boosie & Yo Gotti - Done It All
06. Sha Stimuli – Am I Different pt. 2
07. Soul Khan ft. Akie Bermiss – Fahrenheit
08. Crooked I – Everythang Dirty
09. Cymarshall Law & Skit Slam (Everliven Sound) ft. El da Sensei - Elements
10. Punchline ft. Wordsworth – Don’t Get Married
11. Jean Grae ft. Styles P & Talib Kweli – R.I.P.
12. Killer Mike & T.I.P – Ready Set Go
13. RE ft. Short Dawg – Feelin Some Kinda Way
14. The Jacka ft. Andre Nickatina – Glamorous Lifestyle
15. Spectac & Amiri – As If
16. Senor Kaos ft. Fresh Daily – You Couldn’t Relate
17. Young Scolla – Stare
18. Thee Tom Hardy – I’m Grinnin
19. Joe Scudda – Open For Business
20. Cloudeater - Decade

Download 2010 Official AC3 Mixtape Here!

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