(22) Tracks Off "Milwaukee, WI" Rappers
"Next Day Air" (Mix Tape)
"High Off Life"
"Place Me" ft. Mickey Factz
"Just Like That"
"Came For The Money"
"Mad Flavor" (Remix)
"Streetz-n-Young Deuces" have recently dropped their new mix tape titled "Next Day Air", which is hosted By DJ Averi Minor.
What I like about 'Next Day Air' is that its real. Its authentic. And "SNYD" are not your everyday average rap group. They get high on life and aint trying to be what they're not. You can tell they enjoy who they are and how they are, and they're not trying to be a trap or hood star.
"Next Day Air", to me, is better than a mix tape, this is album quality. Making music with a concept. Not just throwing out tracks to have something on wax. More concerned about the message than the money. They make beatz 4da streetz and not for the radio executive cheatz.
Every beat is slap'n and every track is different from the last. Definitely isn't one of those albums where is sounds like the same track different beat. Even the flows change up from track to track. But they keep the realness coming back to back on every track.
Realizing at a young age their penchant for writing and hip-hop, 1st cousins "Streetz" and "Young Deuces" officially got their start when their mixtape “We want In Vol 2” sold over 15,000 units. No easy feat for an unsigned artist, especially one from Milwaukee WI, a city rarely mentioned in hip-hop.
“Milwaukee is overlooked and doesn’t get the props it deserves so we are pushing to make people recognize Milwaukee” says Young Deuces.
Mission accomplished. Since the release of “We want In Vol 2”, "Streetz" and "Young Deuces" have appeared on numerous mixtapes hosted by hip-hop’s elite including DJ Drama & The Aphilliates and DJ Green Lantern.
Their music has also been played on WQHT Hot 97 (New York City) and So So DefRadio (Atlanta), as well as press write-ups in hip-hops’ premiere publications including The Source, Ozone Magazine and Hip Hop Weekly.
While "Streetz" and "Young Deuces" have made significant gains within hip-hop, they believe their music is for the “underdogs”.
“We represent that struggle of constantly being underestimated and we hope that comes across in our music,” adds "Streetz".
Their upcoming album, “Hustlers Never Sleep” is an ode to underdogs, acknowledging regardless to your place in life… we all have a hustle.
Twitter: @StreetzEMP @Young_Deuces
Send Beats: TeamSNYD@gmail.com