Stat Quo - Now Or Never

Posted 8 years ago
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DJ Noodles
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DJ Noodles Presents Stat Quo: Now Or Never Mixtape

Rapper Stat Quo sat down with me for a radio interview back in April of 2005.  During our conversation he excitedly talked about his debut album, Statlanta, which he expected to see hit store shelves later that year.  Following our interview Stat embarked on the summer-long Anger Management Tour with Eminem and 50 Cent and was riding high.  Unfortunately, that is where this feel good story ends.  Following the conclusion of the tour, Stat and Shady Records would spend the next three years delaying the release of the highly-anticipated album.  Fast forward to today and Stat has decided that it’s “Now Or Never,” on the DJ Noodles produced Now Or Never Mixtape (which can be found online).

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