Anyone who knows me personally knows that I do not listen to the radio nor do I usually purchase mainstream music. What is a young woman to do if she doesn’t partake in the purchase of most mainstream art? Wait until an artist releases a new mix tape of course! Most mainstream artists supplement their body of work by releasing free mix tape, in fact Drake’s newest release started out as a free mix tape available on one of my favorite sites, Soundcloud. He was hip to the fact after a few hours that he could make money off the mix tape and it was promptly deleted and added to the iTunes store.
Trey Songs recently released a free mix tape to the delight of his fans in April,
Trey Songz did not end up dropping the deluxe version of his album, Trigga: Reloaded, yesterday, but as a token of appreciation for his fans’ patience, he supplied a brand new EP in its place. The aptly titled Intermission project features six new songs from Trey, and if you were a fan of the x-rated suit-and-tie records on Trigga, it shouldn’t disappoint.
This free project does not disappoint with it’s selection of x rated music. My favorites are track #1 and #4.