Toronto, Canada, February 03, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- With his career making waves in the hip-hop game, young El Salvadorian-Canadian rapper LP Da Original is set to release his debut mix tape "No Organization No Progress" on February 07, 2012. The emerging rapper who reps one of Toronto’s most distinguished hoods—“Jamestown” (Rexdale), has already reached crowds south of the border who are becoming highly drawn to his uncut trap verses that deliver a Canadian twist to the genre’s initial audience of listeners.
The mix tape heightens LP’s signature street flow to a new level of credibility, as most singles uncover the realities connected to trap living and making it out on top in a hustle that leaves room for no error. Known for crafting explicit verses that do not mask true experiences, LP gives listeners more than a taste of gritty lyricism on "No Organization No Progress," as lead singles such as “Fresh Out Da Trap”, and “Till Da Pack Gone” (feat. Banana Clip) describe the rigidness of "round-the-clock hustling."
Also, singles like “North of the Border” and “Soul Already Dead” (feat. Atlanta rapper Trouble), give listeners a more intimate take on LP’s unembellished rhymes as he raps, “I woke up on my lil’ bro’s B-Day/ He knocked on my door, said this ain’t goin’ be easy/ Gates is dead, they left him in the staircase/ My world slowed down, it’s like I couldn’t hear straight.” Other singles such as “Eyez Lo” (feat. rapper Reema Major) and “Betty Crocker” (feat. French Montana of Bad Boy Records), draw back from LP’s often depicted street dramas, to have listeners rapping “Rexdale, Doomstown, you know how we does/ Stay swagged up, macked up when we hit the club.”
Moreover, as fans take to his lyrics and the mix tape goes on rotation, LP’s career is set to edge closer to center stage with the backing of his label, G7 Records—founded by President/CEO Kwajo Cinqo (of two-time Juno award winning hip-hop group Ghetto Concept). His growing acclaim in the industry as a hip-hop prospect is proving to be evident, and with current releases including the official music video for “Big Dreams” (feat. rapper Richie Payso), LP is cooking up more than music in the studio as the release date of his mix tape approaches. With the solid track listing on "No Organization No Progress," LP is sure to introduce new audiences to his flow while bridging borders with a push of anticipation from his growing fan-base.
Official Video: “Big Dreams” feat. Richie Payso >> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e1fEEhI3Vcg
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