Git Mo' Clik : Vol. 1-Git Mo' Mixtape
Git Mo' Clik starts with two fresh azz niggaz from 5th Ward Houston, TX. Real niggaz that luv to do wut we do. Dat's why we make it do wut it do. Supreme a.k.a. F. Nitto and Daddy Lo' a.k.a. Lil' Lostah is who we be. You can call us some hip hop mp3 mic mangalaz/beat strangalaz. Da music is outta sight, outta mind, and in da real. Say mane, you just discovered da greatest download outta Texas since oil. Da real shall represent!! This might be y'all first time hearin' about Git Mo' Clik, but Supreme and Daddy Lo' been rapping and makin' our own music since 1993. Our careers began when we wuz teenagers. We released the CD, Deadly Groundz, in 1995 as da 5th Ward Juvenilez. The CD advanced to #28 from #30 in one week on the Billboard Charts. It included dat fresh azz, groovy azz song, G-Groove, which was reviewed by Source hip hop magazine as the "top hip-hop song" of the summer of '95. Since da 5th Ward Juvenilez, we always been at work tryin' to find dat hole in da music business in order to git our music to y'all. Not to mention, goin' through da f***ed up life shit at the same time. Ya know-homies dyin', goin to jail, confusion, mis-guidance, bitch azz people, etc. But as y'all can see, we good now. We done worked with musicians from da Swishahouse to Lil' Flip (I Need Mine) to da 5th Ward Boyz and so on. *Nitty produced the music for the song, "We Gone Make It Out Da Hood", on Lil' Flip's album titled, I Need Mine (Track 1; Disc 2). O.K., dat's da past. Now, we done aligned our minds to create and present our new music release of 2009 titled Git Mo'. It includes da new, top hip hop song download, Git Mo'. Yeah-da CD and da mp3 song download (our single) got da same name shawty. We releasin' Git Mo' through our own indie record label, SoundLikeMoneyEnt (pronounced Sound Like Money Entertainment). But b4 we do dat, we gone touch y'all up wit mixtape intro of our music. Da mixtape is titled, Git Mo' Mixtape Vol. 1, it's hosted and mixxed by da legendary DJ Riskk of Spaced Out Radio or S.O.R., and it includes da H-Town anthem and worldwide hit song, H.O.U.S.T.O.N. Da mixtape can be copped for free (4 a limited time only) when you logon 2 www.GitMoClik.com. On da 1st official CD, Git Mo', we got some production and appearances by David Duke; some features from Reign, Yung Coley, Terrantino, Holoco$t, A-FAM/AzIz (Clothing), Big Woddie, Ms. Niece, Q da Hustla, Bumbino a.k.a. Durty Mack, and Misha a.k.a. Sexy T. Look mane, da sound is like Outkast, mixed with UGK, with a dibble of dem Hot Boyz from back in da gap, a dabble of dat Mobb Deep, and a pinch of dem ole skool Geto Boyz; with da music production soundin' like sumthin' Dr. Dre, Timbaland, and George Clinton (P-Funk y'all) collaboratively created on da best mind stimulators (drugs folks) there is. Oh So Real Baby!! By da way, these are merely comparisons to the artists for da sake of description, just to give y'all a betta idea of our sound (if y'all ain't already heard it before y'all read this). We really sound like money. We know dat's hard to imagine and make sense of. Dat's why u gotta take a listen for yaself. Once u do dat, you'll undastand and agree wit no doubt wutsoeva. Believe me my nigg. We'z iz all around original music makers. Dat's one reason why we give away our own "free music downloads". Our music cannot be held unda and slept on-so we givin' it to y'all da easiest and best way us humans know how, FREE. Whether it be free mp3 downloads or free mixtape CD's, we gone continue to give y'all free music. A lil' FYI, we are all over the Internet and in a whole lotta record stores by request. Our official website iz www.gitmoclik.com. We can also be found on MySpace, CD Baby, YouTube, SpacedOutRadio/S.O.R., KingSouth Promotions, etc. Say mane, it's plain to see dat Git Mo' Clik is bout to stamp our mark on da entertainment industry and da world. Dat's why da Git Mo' movement fell upon us to lead. None of dat-we in it to git da money and run shit. We doin' this music fo life and longevity - literally. And money...lol. Cuz dat's wut we sound like.