Project Pat ft. OJ da Juiceman - Keep It Hood

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
DJ Paul & Juicy J
Album:
TBD

Since 2005, Hypnotized Minds has released two albums from flagship group Three 6 Mafia, three from Project Pat, two each by Crunchy Black, Frayser Boy, and Chrome, and one courtesy of Lil’ Wyte.  For all non-math majors, that’s twelve albums in less than four years!  Not ready to let their buzz die down, the label has released a buzz single to whet our appetites for yet another album from Project Pat.  Together with Gucci Mane protégé OJ da Juiceman, the Memphis native silences all who claim his crew has sold out; despite the success, fame and fortune, Pat will always Keep It Hood.  Known to sample classic oldie records from the likes of Willie Hutch (see Stay Fly, Poppin’ My Collar and Int’l Players’ Anthem), producers DJ Paul & Juicy J go classic once again with Keep It Hood.  There is currently no release date for this as-yet-untitled project.

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