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Anybody for Cashville?


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What do yous think about Nashville artists like Haystak and Youngbuk? Have yous heard me? Could I get your opinions on things like delivery,lyrical content ,hooks,beats so on

If not what do you think about the others

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Can you put up a link to their websites or music so some of us who arent acquainted with these artists can make a judgment? And what other artists are you referring to?

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Young Buck is good and smooth with a definite southern style delivery, I've only heard one track by Haystack called "Reckon" and I actually think I heard another track when they played him around here in Austin and Houston but that other single didn't get too many spins on the radio. I also like fellow Tennesse rappers Three Six Mafia (Memphis)

BTW, I think Young Buck's CD release is coming July 27th called "Straight Outta Cashville"

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I have no links just curious, Haystak is now with def jam south with no site,"other artist" sh*t I dont know of any ,Hoping somebody else did ,Pistols the only other one I know of. 666 yeah they keep doin it.Damn beatfactory your good

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besides dudeasincool I dont know how to link

yo go to the website or to the music itself and copy the http address at the top of your web browser

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