“Lose Yourself in the Lyrics of this Rare 90’s Mixtape, Straight from the Long Lost Vault of One of the Most Conceptual and Conscious Artists in Hip Hop”
Now you can download this legendary 120-minute mixtape for free!
My background is in the music industry.
Here’s what’s been said about me during my music career.
- “Most conceptual and most creative mixtape of the year.” - Kevin Beacham, Rhymesayers
- “Anyextee is THE person to speak to about the Future of the Industry. NEXT Is NOW.” – XXL Magazine
- “As the CEO of Amalgam Digital, Anyextee partnered with Joe Budden, Lil B, Max B and Curren$y. Under the direction of Anyextee, Amalgam Digital saw Joe Budden’s indie debut album, “Padded Room” debut at #42 spot in Billboard magazine…” – HipHopDX
A few weeks back, I got a Facebook message from a guy who had heard about a mixtape I had made back in 1999. He wanted to know if I still had copies of A Vibe Called Next. He was a huge Apathy fan and had heard about my cassette mixtape featuring Apathy and other now famous underground Hip Hop lyricists. He wanted a copy of one of those cassettes and even offered me $100 bucks for it. I had to pull it out and listen to it again. It took me back to a time in Hip Hop when lyrics mattered. It’s hard to find cassette players these days, so that’s why I’m giving you a digital copy for FREE today.
But what am I doing with a rare 90’s mixtape featuring Apathy, 7l & Esoteric (Army of the Pharaohs) + Karma as God Complex, Louis Logic, Mr. Lif, Del the Funky Homosapien, A Tribe Called Quest, J-Zone, Promoe, Binary Star, The Beatnuts, & many more?
For a limited time I’m giving away this groundbreaking 120-minute mixtape for FREE. Only found on cassette, this is the first time it is available in a digital format. So, enter your name and email address and you will be immediately sent the download link to 120-minutes of exclusive and long lost 90’s underground Hip Hop.
Then load up your smart phone and take a trip down memory lane, with “the most conceptual and most creative mixtape” of 1999, A Vibe Called Next.