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  • 10Dec
    2012

    Glasses Malone Drops Free #GlassHouse Mixtape

    Having released his long awaited and hugely anticipated official solo debut album “The Beach Cruiser” via Suburban Noize/Cash Money Records last year Glasses Malone has spent the last half of 2012 getting fans feature for his new project #GlassHouse.

    In recent months we have brought you records including #Rihanna produced by King Dave, 6am featuring Kurupt, Ty$ and Joe Moses and That Good with Ty$ - the latter which flips the beat to Warren G’s classic “This DJ” – and for which a video was released; That Good (Feat. Ty$ & C-Ballin).

    In October Home Grown Radio’s own DJ Hed released the Cover Art for #GlassHouse and hinted at a release date around Halloween; that date slipped but today the full project has been made available – on G’s Birthday!

    #GlassHouse is hosted by DJ Hed and features appearances from E-40, Kid Ink, Ty$, Kurupt, Problem, Shawty Lo, Joe Moses and many more. To celebrate his birthday G is making the release available for free download and stream via dubcnn.com – so go ahead download or listen and then tweet him Happy B-Day with your thoughts!

    Glasses Malone – #GlassHouse (Mixtape)

    Glasses Malone – #GlassHouse (Tracklist)

    01. Guess Who’s Back
    02. Wit Da Bizness
    03. Thug By Myself
    04. 6 A.M. (Feat. Joe Moses, Ty$ & Kurupt)
    05. Let iT Go (Feat. Kid InK & E-40)
    06. #Rihanna
    07. FR3AK (Feat. Problem)
    08. That Good (Feat. Ty$ & C Ballin)
    09. Purses (Feat. Beach Boy)
    10. The Realest (#RNS)
    11. Somethin’ Else (Feat. Yung Fif & Shawty Lo)
    12. Bounce Around

     

    Check it and then tweet Glasses a Happy B-Day with your thoughts on the free project!

  • t

    problem with malone is that im tired of hearing west coast and east coast rappers rap with southern beats and with that south style, aint no difference in his music than any other south artist, reminds me of also Ice burgandy who raps like a southern artist, Malone tries to rap with that jeezy,ross type voice, beats are southern, he dont have to be complelty sterotypical west coast but if u not going to sound west coast alteast sound original these new generation rappers trying to sound like the region that sells the most, thats why i listen to cats like Mitchy Slick, King-t Mc eight u know they aint going to ride the south wave, or even Tha Liks , but now u even have game trying to sound like Kanye on his new album with to many featrues,

  • hjd2023

    Funny thing is Malone was out before Ross, the crack mix tape(2003) & White lightning(Sticks) – 2005, and in no way, shape, or form did he bite Ross or any other southern artists! You obviously just don’t know what your talking about!