Shawty Lo “I’m Da Man 4″ Mixtape Download & Stream
Shawty Lo enlists Gucci Mane, Cash Out, Quan, Plies, Zaytoven and more for his long awaited “I’m Da Man 4″ mixtape.
Shawty Lo has released his I’m Da Man 4 mixtape hosted by DJ Scream, for the project, the Southern rapper enlists a handful of guests including Gucci Mane, Stuntman, Quan, Cash Out, Trouble, Jai Jai, Plies, Rocko and more. Production comes courtesy of Zaytoven, Big V, B Weezy, Da Vette Boys, Gamble and more.
Carlos Walker (born March 31, 1976), better known by his stage name Shawty Lo, is an American rapper, founder of D4L Records, and member of hip hop group D4L. His first solo album, Units in the City, was released on February 26, 2008. On June 8, 2011 he signed his label D4L Records to 50 Cent‘s, G-Unit Records.
Shawty Lo was raised in Bankhead, Atlanta. By the age of 17, L-o had fathered his first child, and his grandmother died. He now has a total of eleven children: nine daughters and two sons from ten women. His TV series, All My Babies’ Mamas was set to air later in 2013 on the Oxygen channel, but has already garnered controversy and calls from the NAACP to be cancelled due to its alleged stereotypical nature. On January 15, 2013, Oxygen Media cancelled the show, stating in a press release that “as part of our development process, we have reviewed casting and decided not to move forward with the special”.
After a decade of selling drugs, Lo decided to turn his attention to music and began performing as Shawty Lo. In 2003, Shawty Lo founded D4L Records, with other rappers Fabo, Stuntman and Mook B. His associates are each from different Bankhead housing projects; Bankhead Courts, Hollywood Courts and Perry Homes respectively. The group’s debut single “Betcha Can’t Do It Like Me” became a local hit in 2004. Lo was convicted of assault and selling cocaine and served a year in prison until July 27, 2005. In January 2006, D4L‘s single “Laffy Taffy” reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
The “I’m Da Man 4” mixtape finds the ATLien dropping a decent package of seventeen tracks that fully express how Lo is getting back in the booth and going back to his catchy ways. The “I’m Da Man” series dates back to 2007, with the last edition, part 3, dropping 3 years ago. Check out the Shawty Lo “I’m Da Man 4” mixtape for yourself below and speak your mind.
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