The Nashville native wordsmith known as Starlito is back! Today the wordsmith is back with a brand new album for our listening enjoyment, dropping off his latest opus ‘Hot Chicken.’ The new album comes fresh off the heels of his READ MORE: http://swaysuniverse.com/?p=141007
Nashville representer Starlito has been working exceptionally hard in 2017, having dropped some serious projects this year including Manifest Destiny and Don Trip collaboration Stepbrothers Three.
Four months after dropping Step Brothers 3 with Don Trip and about three weeks removed from dropping his Attention, Tithes & Taxes 2: Gentrifried mixtape, Starlito returns with his newest album, Hot Chicken.
Checking in at 19 tracks, Starlito’s new project features appearances from MobSquad Nard, Red Dot, Hambino, Ray Vicks and more. The LP is just a bit over an hour long, and even features a bonus solo Don Trip track at the end.
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Nashville’s own Starlito continues to prove doubters wrong in 2017 on the indie side. The rapper has released some of his best work in recent times — Manifest Destiny and the third installment of his joint project with Don Trip, Stepbrothers THREE.
This year, he brought in the Fourth of July with his new album, Hot Chicken, which was released in conjunction with his annual Hot Chicken Festival. The sharp and sinister lyricism Lito has perfected over the years is
From Nashville with love.
Fresh off ringing in the Fourth of July with his innaugral Hot Chicken festival in Nashville, Starlito continues to celebrate his indepence with a new album of the same name.
Locked in at 20 tracks, Hot Chicken was recorded and based around Nashville, TN with features from Red Dot, Lil Vic, MobSquad Nard, and more.
Starlito's latest album, affectionately named after one of Nashville's most famous exports, Hot Chicken, quickly surpassed DJ Khaled's "Grateful," and Kendrick Lamar's "Damn" to be the #1 Hip Hop and R&B album on iTunes. Although Lito is no stranger to the top of the charts, this one feels a little different because
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Check out XXL's 'Real Friends' with Starlito and Don Trip as they put their friendship to the test.
Nashville’s Starlito and Memphis rapper Don Trip first got together in 2011 to release Step Brothers, a somber back-and-forth between two of the world’s most underrated rappers. Andrew Friedman talks to the duo about Step Brothers 3, a release finally winning the pair the recognition they deserve.
Starlito and Don Trip are somewhat confused when I bring up the idea that Step Brothers 3, their third album together, is upbeat. I think my exact words were “less of a bummer than the other ones,” but either way the Tennessee rappers don’t agree.
I get why. Despite the READ MORE
Last month, hip hop stalwarts Starlito and Don Trip released Step Brothers 3, the latest installment in their seminal mixtape/album series. Since the debut of the original Step Brothers in 2011, the Tennessee duo have built a fervent, cult-like following behind the Step Brothersbrand, which has been widely-celebrated by fans and critics alike.
Last year, Pitchfork included the original Step Brothers in their "50 Best Rap Mixtapes of the Millennium", and NPR debuted the second installment back in 2013. With the third entry in the Step Brothers franchise officially in the books, a solid case can be made for why Don Trip and Starlito's names belong on the list of classic Southern rap duos, alongside legendary pairs like Andre 3000 and Big Boi, Pimp C and Bun B, and 8Ball & MJG. And did we mention that both rappers are 100% independent?
Lito and Trip are currently on the nationwide "Karate In The Garage" tour, which is READ MORE
Fresh off the release of ‘Step Brothers THREE,’ Don Trip and Starlito stop by the SLAM Dome to talk run-ins with Zach Randolph, the Memphis Grizzlies, chillin’ with Darius Miles in Portland, hooping against Corey Brewer, their hoops-heavy “Boomshaklaka” video and much more.
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