Pioneer hip hop music producer and DJ Xtra-Large has released his latest mixtape album entitled "Bricks & Money".
Pioneer hip hop music producer and DJ Xtra-Large has released his latest mixtape album entitled "Bricks & Money". The new project features collaborations with some of the newest names from the west coast hip hop scene and the legendary Spice 1. "Bricks & Money" is available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and over 3,300 other retailers.
Produced by DJ Xtra-Large, the 8-track mixtape includes a combination of Xtra-Large showcasing his skills on the production board and turntables. Featuring guest appearances by Spice 1, YNN, G Mally, Young Bay and NUSE (T.I.P) the album highlights a segment of the Bay area's present hip hop music culture. Its flagship track Bricks & Money is a theme-type song that sets the tone for the rest of the album.
"This album is a strong one!! Hard-hitting beats, creative flow, and slick rhymes reminiscent of the Death Row records era, "Bricks & Money" has a fresh feel in an over saturated industry, says DJ Xtra-Large. "This record will definitely have you up dancing and getting low low in your living room. Catchy singles, beats on point, the album is a strong! It's a great listen."
Known for producing some of hip hop's biggest names, DJ Xtra-Large also prides himself on creating club-worthy mixes. One of his most popular club remixes, Chitty Bang by E-40 featuring TY $ & Juicy Juice has been played extensively throughout the Bay. In addition to the new mixtape, DJ Xtra-Large will be hosting his three-day Indie Beach Bash 2014, which also serve as his official label launch party for Dodge City Entertainment on July 3rd- 6th at the Hilton Daytona Beach in Florida.
About DJ Xtra-Large
San Francisco and Bay Area's own DJ Xtra-Large is definitely no stranger to the music industry. The veteran turntablist and music producer has already logged countless hours crafting smash hits for the Who's Who of West Coast Hip-Hop heavyweights; including Snoop Dogg, Tha Dogg Pound, Too $hort, Spice1, E-40, B-Legit, C-Bo, Coo Coo Cal, Bad Azz, Ray Luv, Mac Mall; Even the late greats: Mac Dre, Pimp C and Tupac Shakur. First launching his music career back in junior high where he was a major fixture working his magic on the local party scene, Xtra-Large's professional foray into the art form actually came by the way of his best friend and now multi-platinum rapper, Robert "Spice 1" Green, Jr.