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Published on September 18th, 2017 | by 00T456578754920

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Yung Bleu Drops New Mix-tape Investments 4

Young Bleu’s latest mix-tape Investments 4 is a solid introduction to an innovative new artist.  He follows up mix-tape Bleu Tha Ruler released earlier this year. “First,” featuring NBA Youngboy  is the  hottest track, it proves the South still has a few hidden trap rhymes left in indie rap.  “Legendary,” shows the hunger of Down South rappers.  The production is flawless.  From designer swag to a humble reality, the retrospective tracks focus on relationships, and hood love.  Most tracks sound similar to a futuristic tempo and tone.  The auto-tune is crafty, while the lyrical substance makes the music stand alone.  It’s a raw perspective that melodically flows on each beat.  This mix-tape represents the raspy reflections of a rapper coping with beautiful women and hood fame.   “Mean Machine” featuring affiliated artist Shad Levi is genuine reflections about the moves of a young rap talent.

Young Bleu cosigned by Boosie Bad Azz’s BadAzz Music Syndicate, represents Mobile, Alabama.  Bleu has a promising future in this evolving rap game.  Many young rappers attempt to execute street successful LP’s to auto-tune, and often sound horrible, however Young Bleu smoothly elevates the game with his unique vocals.  Similar to Boosie’s work this mix-tape is authentic to the southern streets. The honesty and scruffy vibrato aside the lyrical content is distinctively entertaining.  The energy of the production is relaxed yet bass heavy.  Boosie Bad Azz is slotted to build an empire behind a new generation of Down South artists like B. Wil, Juicy, Lee Bankz, Money Bagz, OG$Dre, and Lil Quick.  Still with various mix-tapes in the airwaves Young Bleu’s style and vibe are predestined for greatness.  Without a doubt, it appears Young Bleu is investing in his rap dreams. Here is the latest visual from the artist.




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