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Ghetto Slave Records and Big House ENT release album entitled Uptown Downtown Part II
Ghetto Slave Records and Big House ENT artists Skip and Six Ward Pook announce the release of their highly anticipated album entitled Uptown Downtown: Still F***** and Duckin Part II.
Skip is a legendary Uptown rapper whose ties to Juvenile and Wacko helped put New Orleans rap music on the map. He was one-third of the trio that brought timeless hits such as “Nolia Clap” to the globe. Six Ward Pook, with his Downtown heritage, has been working hard to carve out a name for himself. As the brother of Ms. Tee, Pook has music coursing through his lineage. Skip and Pook’s work on the Uptown Downtown series is helping to keep New Orleans urban music at the forefront, while setting the stage for more timeless hits. Both are successful businessmen in their own right, in addition to popular music artists.
Uptown Downtown Part II features productions from New Orleans’ own genius superproducer BlaqNMild, as well as features from Juvenile, Ms. Tee, P-Town Moe, Quest, Young Gabe, and more. It is poised to top the indy charts, as it arrived to much fanfare and promotion earlier today. Uptown Downtown Part II is available for download on all major sites, including iTunes and Amazon and will be available for purchase in many retail outlets. The mixtape version is available for sale at Nuthin But Fire Records, Da Bubble Car Wash and Chicken and Watermelon in New Orleans, with more sites to be announced soon. Skip and Pook are set to begin a Meet and Greet tour of record stores, the first of which will be tonight from 6-9 pm at Nuthin But Fire Records, 1840 N. Claiborne, New Orleans, Louisiana. They will also appear on New Orleans’ Q93 FM radio tonight. More interviews are being set up for the near future.
Stay connected with Skip and Pook:
Instagram - @skipofutp and @sixwarpook
For interviews, booking or general questions, contact MIKODreamzPR at 337.298.2385.