Willy Northpole - Body Marked Up

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Wonka
Album:
Tha Connect

On February 3rd, the Patriots and Giants will compete for the Lombardi Trophy in Glendale, Arizona.  While that game will take center stage, another competition continues to brew in the Valley of the Sun; G-Unit‘s Young Hot Rod and Black Wall Street‘s Juice have been joined by DTP signee, Willy Northpole, in the race for Arizona’s Hip-Hop bragging rights.  With an original flow (let’s call it conversational), Northpole talks about the ink all over his skin and the meaning behind it on Body Marked Up. Producer Wonka provides a beat strong enough to be an appropriate backdrop, but soft enough to make listeners focus on Northpole’s flow.  Willy’s debut album, Tha Connect, is tentatively set to drop later this year.

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