Preacher's Son

YGTUT - Preacher's Son
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Based on 33 ratings
2015 Ratings: #83
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January 5, 2015 / Release Date
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Its a shame I haven't heard new music from this guy anymore. This guy had so much potential just by this mixtape alone.
Little talked about for who knows why. The audio equivalent of having a deep conversation a little drunk on your back porch on a breezy summer night. In the same vein as affiliate Isaiah Rashad and one Jermaine Cole, and just as skilled as the two. Amazing project, and i hope he'll return w/ a new project soon
This album has a chill/relaxing vibe to it. Throughout the entire album, the production mixes Jazzy instrumentals like saxophone, piano keys, guitar strings. The production works well for Chattanooga rapper TUT. The only thing bad I have to say about this album is that towards the middle/end, the sound and or groove of the album started sounding too comftorable/repetitive for me. I would space out during songs and made it hard for me to enjoy it as much as I did the 1st half of the album. It's ... read more
Love this mixtape from TUT, it's amazingly relaxed and TUT's style is just fantastic. It has a southern vibe with the production and TUT is on point throughout the project, always spitting. For me it was an instant hit. Best tracks- Fall of Goliath, Corner Stories, Live from Chattanooga, Highs & Lows, Kairos (The Trip), Hangin', Bad Guys, and Sunday service.
"Preacher's Son" shows signs of talent and lots of similarities to fellow Chattanooga rapper Isaiah Rashad. Tape's fine but he needs to find his own voice.

FAVS: Living on the Sun, Holy Water, Sunday Service
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Added on: January 15, 2015