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Monday, February 10, 2014

Mixtape: Lil Futa's 'Alike Opposites'

Posted By on Mon, Feb 10, 2014 at 10:38 AM


Little Rock's Lil Futa says he plans to make a mixtape every month this year, and we plan to hold him to it. Last night saw the release of February's entry, "Alike Opposites," featuring production by his Savage Production affiliate Kayocee. Futa calls himself the "underdog of Little Rock," but he's been flooding Datpiff and YouTube with content for at least a year now, so I don't doubt that he'll be able to sustain the monthly release schedule or that they'll be worth keeping up with. Recommended for fans of Lionel Richie samples and low-key motivational rap. January's tape, for completists, was "Have Mercy."

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