G Blunt pushes back mixtape release
Recording artiste/ghost writer G Blunt has pushed back the release date of his debut mixtape titled Tri State Thugs. According to the artiste, he wanted to accommodate a collaboration with Bugle, however, the record is yet to be mixed professionally.
The deejay now has his eyes set on releasing the mixtape on July 4.
"I want to apologise to every fan who expected to have the mixtape by April as was advertised. But this is music, and even the big guns have to push back their projects sometimes.
"See, not even Lil Wayne nuh release the Carter 5 album as yet. I recorded a song with Bugle, which I really want to be apart of the project, so we decided to push it back because the song is a potential hit.
"We are also looking to connect the release date with the Fourth of July in the United States because that is a major day in the United States where entertainment is concerned. We will also be offering the mixtape for sale online and will set up shop across the island," he said.
G Blunt has already commenced promotions for the mixtape in Guyana and has partnered with Guyana-based DJ Magnum to cement the
project in the Caribbean.
"Every push-back will bring a bigger accomplishment. We have a mix on the project featuring DJ Magnum and one featuring Jamaica's own Stone Love. I am also looking to release two additional mixtapes this year, so I am really excited about releasing this one in short order," the DJ said.
The artiste was recently featured on Yahoo entertainment news. He is also executing a promotional campaign locally, where he targets the inner-city areas.