Mitchy Slick PTSD Listening Party | @ogmitchyslick

Mitchy Slick PTSD Listening Party | @ogmitchyslick

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Mitchy Slick PTSD Listening Party | @ogmitchyslick

Mitch Slick released his album “PTSD” in May of 2018 and had a private listening party for all of the Dj’s and movers and shakers of San Diego and Los Angeles, Ca. at the Almaz Restuarant. The vibe was very mellow and family oriented. Paparazzii Ready did the honor of providing the dessert table for this event. Dj Rek  and Radio Raymond T of Slacker Radio hosted the event. The sponsors were Brass Monkey USA, Alphamedic, Budman Gardens, Prodab, High Slave and Stoney Delights.  Mitch explained what every song from his point of view and we also got to hear his new single that he has with Nick Cannon.

Mitchy Slick  is not your average “gangsta” rapper. No! He’s a homegrown, South East San Diego mogul and a Lincoln Park lyricist groomed by California pioneer Sir Jinx. A true hip-hop head and student of Southern Cal Originals such as Above The Law, Xzibit, and MC Eiht and a graduate of hustler high who was also laced by Northern California factors E-40, Yukmouth, Guce, Herm Lewis, West Coast Mafia, The Mob Figaz, Messy Marv, T-Nutty, and Seff the Gaffla. True to his soil his debut album “Triggeration Station” dropped in 2001 selling 50,000 units w/o distribution. An audio documentary of the 619 describing LIFE for young black men and women growing up in the Salty D engineered and produced by the unmatched, original quality of Ecay Uno of Bomb Leery and Cricet of Cracles Entertainment. In 2004 DJ Muggs of Cypress Hill along with Angeles Records/Fontana Distribution dropped the polished follow up “Urban Survival Syndrome”. With classic production by Dubb Knoxx, Cricet, DJ Khalil, DJ Muggs, and The Alchemist U.S.S. sold 20,000+ units earning new listeners, and gaining an unequivocal respect among djs in and out of the underground hip-hop scene. All while catering to his core fans with the same formula: Thought-provoking bars and rhymes delivered over thunderous production.

 

 

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