Toronto, Canada, September 28, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Non-Stop Hustle:
LP Da Original is holding it down real heavy for G7 Records as he steps fresh out of the booth with the official video release of his latest single “Till Da Pack Gone.” The track, which features rapper Banana Clip has the hood shook and in motion. LP does not withdraw from the non-stop hustle in or out of the studio, making it clear that for him this is “MTM—more than music.” Listeners get more than a sample of what’s on the single. As 19-year-old LP brings audiences to the heart of the streets, he doesn’t fail to deliver his rugged edged punch lines and straight hood fundamentals that have raised him to the prime of his game. Steady pushing "till da pack gone," LP represents the North with a flow set to have this single frozen on replay.
More Than Music:
LP has managed to connect with listeners by delivering and bringing to life hood realities faced daily by those tied in a game strictly designed for serious hustlers. His lyrical proficiency is enough to back his own experiences as “The sickest young boy North of the Border.” Hailing from Toronto, Canada’s own hood of Rexdale, LP’s flow on the track is precise and his musical style and content is comparable to rappers credited for producing real trap music such as Young Jeezy, T.I. and Ace Hood. LP makes a name for himself as an artist who brings an authentic measure of musical artistry—something that is clearly reflected in “Till Da Pack Gone.”
View “Till Da Pack Gone”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3CLr2bisYJ0
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