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Nas’ Protege Boldy James, Announces House of Blues Mixtape for 2/27; Drops “Do It”

Boldy James – Do It (Audio)

Nas’ protege Boldy James who just released a mixtape recently is already back with some new music for his second mixtape House of Blues dropping 2.27.2017. The new track Do It features the Michigan stepping into the Trap style effortlessly as he details his life in the streets. Read more about the new mixtape from Boldy James himself:

Boldy James explains the significance of his upcoming project: “I named the project House of Blues for a couple reasons. My first show with Nas was in Chicago at The House Of Blues, so it was a monumental moment in my rap career, but it also refers to a particular period in my life in Detroit. Me & my big brother Blue, we used to sell blue pills out of a blue house on a street called Blue Hill, with a blue-nose pitbull. In so many words, everything was blue. On the new tape, I’m trying a new sound, bringing in some elements of trap music–trying to bridge the gap for people who are biased against that kind of music. I’m releasing the project on 2/27 because 2-2-7 is a number of significance to me, the ConCreatures, and a bunch of other groups from my area of Detroit, like Double Dee & The Game Time Mafia, Redi-Rock & The Bully Boys, the list goes on. 2-2-7 is my bread and butter and I hold it near and dear to my heart.”

Check out Do It from Boldy James and let us know what you think of this one in the comment section!

Boldy James - Do It (Audio)

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