To gear up for release of his mixtape ‘Revolution’ tomorrow night, one of my favorite lesser known artists, B.Aull, drops the Spose assisted track produced by ATBeats. I’m excited for his follow-up to ‘Flowin’ Is A Habit‘, but for 24 hours I have to bump this only.
Staying true to the title, this song is both about the greatness of each artist and their state, Maine. I won’t ruin this song for you but these Ch
uamps have bars that will leave you completely satisfied. Go listen asap.
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B.Aull is back with his debut mixtape and I must say that I’m excited to hear it. You may remember the New England rapper from an earlier write-up as he now puts his four months of work into 10 original tracks as well as a remix.
B.Aull a.k.a. AullThat starts off this with excellent display of his abilities to deliver different rhymes schemes. In “One Shot” instantly put me in the mind frame of Nas’ “One Mic.” Give Aull a shot.
“Flowin’ Is A Habit” is that punchline song that gets the people going. This one is a sure-fire crowd pleaser guaranteed to get everyone hype.
“Living Good” immediately caught my ear as its production sounds similar to Sara Bareilles’ “Love Song.” This feel good song gives insight into B.Aull’s past and what makes him the person he is today. This one has a bit of a Mac Miller style to it. Loved it!
Overall, you won’t regret downloading this debut. Get it ASAP!
Watch the official music video to the mixtape below:
Download Mixtape: http://www.datpiff.com/BAull-Flowin-Is-A-Habit-mixtape.401719.html
“FreeVerse Friday” is something that B.Aull has initiated last Friday, June 22, 2012. The 17-year-old, that also goes by the name “AullThat”, from New England describes it as “putting out a remix of a hot newer song every Friday.”
B.Aull starts off with the cocky attitude necessary for this track and that’s highly important given the subject matter. He talks about everything from money to apparel to his microphone skills. Loaded with references to sports teams and women, Aull leaves you wondering if he has more and if he is more while he finishes with stating his uniqueness.
B.Aull’s remix of Racked Up Shawty doesn’t disappoint and if you were a little let down by the original version, this is a good candidate to replace it.
Make sure you listen to “Racked Up Shawty” below:
Download Link: http://www.mediafire.com/?xax31l293zri122
Original Song by Meek Mill ft. Fabolous, French Montana