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Spaceghostpurpp - Blackland Radio 66.6 (10 Years later)

Blackland Radio 66.6, stylized as BLVCKLVND RVDIX 66.6 (1991) is a mixtape by American rapper SpaceGhostPurrp. It was self-released on May 1, 2011, and released in February 2017, by Yeah We On Entertainment. The majority of the mixtape is self-produced. It features guest production and vocals from Lil Ugly Mane, Main Attrakionz, Supa Sortahuman, and J.K. the Reaper. The artwork was created by Lil Ugly Mane and Chino Amobi.

The mixtape pays homage to the hip hop scene of the 1990s. One of the influences for the album is the hip hop group Three 6 Mafia, which can be heard in the song "Pheel tha Phonk 1990", and on its cover which was based on the classical Memphis Pen and Pixel style of covers. It features chopped and screwed vocals in some tracks along with game and movie samples such as Mortal Kombat screams and Godzilla sound effects which creates an experimental ambience throughout the mixtape. Themes on this Mixtape stem from sex to drug abuse, while doing so, over Lo-Fi, trap instrumentals. Spaceghostpurrp uses Southern Slang throughout the whole album while using extremely vulgar lyrics.

What’s your thoughts on this Tape 10 years later? For me it took ages to enjoy this tape but a lot of the songs I’m still listening to this day. What’s the best song in your opinion off it?

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