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Mixtape: Black Bobby – “Black Bobby’s Negro Dialect”

June 17th, 2010 No comments

Here it is! Follow up mixtape to the now classic mixtape, Phat Kid Tendencies. A bunch of download links are below. In Bob’s words:

It’s done.  Hope you like.  The mixtape is free and will be available through a Zshare link HERE, my Bandcamp account, my Fairtilizer account, Dat Piff, etc.

Phat Kid Tendencies was an introduction to me and my life story. I wrote a pretty naked album based on traditional, old school Hip-Hip. It came out great. I want to push myself going forward to preserve that spirit while also incorporating more modern sounds through my beat selection. I’ll always keep it real but I think its important to reach a broader audience with my message.

Black Bobby’s Negro Dialect is SQUARE BIZ Entertainment’s fist project to support the Black Bobby for President of Hip-Hop Campaign. On this tape, Black Bobby moves beyond some of the restrictions of Phat Kid Tendencies by incorporating Dirty South dance beats, Dubstep and Electro music while also providing a healthy dose of hard pounding Hip-Hop. US Senator Harry Reid said about now President Barack Obama during the presidential campaign in 2008 that Obama has “no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.” Black Bobby is using his negro dialect on this tape to take our message to the people and break down the barriers of communication that exist between us. You will hear messages of freedom, unity, and fun. Black Bobby’s Negro Dialect is a mixtape for the summer to keep you thinking, dancing, and chasing your dreams.

HUGE THANKS to everyone that supported this project and all of my projects ever.  Also, much love to the SBe fam. SBe, waddup?

Also, check out all the press that came out in anticipation of this release.

Click HERE to download the zip file from ZShare.

We are celebrating this release, as well as the release of my mixtape, “I’m the DJ, He’s the Rapper,” tonight at Sweat Records in Miami. Come thru!