Young Bleed Releases New Album

2017-02-21 by Nick78 | 0 Comments
Since his departure from Strange Music in 2011, Young Bleed has been consistently
grinding independently under the radar. In 2014 he released a collaboration album
titled "Country Boy Livin'", with up & coming hip hop artist Chucky Workclothes,
under his new Trap Door Entertainment brand.

"Livin'" will be his first solo effort since his 2011 release "Preserved" under Strange
and features an arsenal of other hip hop legends as well. With guest features from
Daz Dillinger, Kokane, C-Bo, Big Mike, Mo B. Dick and others, the album is
potentially on par with the likes of his past classic releases.

The album was released on February 10, 2017 and has been received favorably by
fans and other hip hop professionals as well.

"Livin'" is available in stores online via quality music retailers and physical release
is said to be available shortly after.


"Livin'" on Amazon:
http://a.co/i96LtaW




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