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SupaHotBeats Interview feat: WLPWR & Myke Murda Stallone | DEHH

SupaHotBeats Interview feat: WLPWR & Myke Murda Stallone | DEHH

During the making of DEHH The Joint mixtape, we had the opportunity to sit down with producer WLPWR and in house SupaHotBeats producer Myke Murda Stallone. Many of you may recognize WLPWR from work he’s done with Eminem, Wiz Khalifa, Tech N9ne, Dizzy Wright and YelaWolf. He also did the Shady 2.0 track w/ Slaughterhouse, Eminem and YelaWolf. Myke Murda also has some production credits under his belt, Big K.R.I.T. and Childish Gambino to name a couple. Check out the interview and leave your comments below.

Be sure to check out the Sha Stimuli x WLPWR track and the Myke Murda x Courteous L tracks that’s available on The Joint mixtape.

Dead End Hip Hop x Salem Psalms: The Joint is Now Available for FREE download and stream on:

Bandcamp: https://salempsalms.bandcamp.com/album/dead-end-hip-hop-x-salem-psalms-the-joint

AudioMack: https://www.audiomack.com/album/dead-end-hip-hop/the-joint

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/deadendhiphop/sets/the-joint

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