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The Cool Out mixtape

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Fresh off his performance at the A3C Hip Hop Festival (2013) in ATL, is the multi-talented 17 year old A.Tibbz. The young rapper/producer finally enters the Hip Hop main stage after performing with the likes of A$AP Ferg, Big Daddy Kane, Chief Keef, Vinny Cha$e, Riff Raff, OCD, T Mills and Mod Sun. A.Tibbz is young but not afraid to show lyrical diversity and appeals to both male & female audiences. With his mix tape “The Cool Out”, A.Tibbz clearly confirms why he’s considered “Top 5” of all seventeen and eighteen year old Hip Hop artists along with peers Joey Bada$$, Chief Keef & Diggy Simmons. In his age bracket, If he’s not in your top 5, he’s still in everybody’s top 10. In other words, being eight years younger than Drake and Kendrick and ten years younger than J Cole, he’s got a long, bright future before him.

A.Tibbz is from Metro Boston and he and his Feel Good Family (FGF) members Deion (DG) Gill, Brandon James and pianist producer Daniel Dalexis have been tearing down stages since age 15. But Deion is now singed to YMCMB, and Brandon James headed off to attend Morehouse College. Without his crew, A.Tibbz has been steady crafting his skills to command the stage solo, like a young industry veteran.

A.Tibbz is a talented producer in his own right, but Grammy Nominated producer Paperboy Fabe (former Beat Battle Champion of ATL) also makes an appearance on “The Cool Out” with the hot joint “High Gear”. He's about the sound first and lyrics second. He loves rap but R&B is his first love, so he’s all about the song. A.Tibbz biggest influences are Craig Mack, Lauren Hill, Kanye and Jay Z. And Swizz Beats, Kanye and Ryan Leslie for producers.

WIIROC Record head, IpCat, says “Don’t let his looks fool you. A.Tibbz has been training fiercely in MMA since he was 6 year old and brings that knock-down-drag-out ferocity to the mic. He raps methodically, like he’s got something to prove. He’s competitive,wants it bad, but most of all, he doesn’t want to sound like any of his peers. Over the next 10 years, A.Tibbz is going to write big songs, wreak havoc in the rap game and leave his mark on the music world. But he’s building a career as well. He’s not looking to be a one hit wonder. Mark my words, this kid is tough! A.Tibbz is going to be around for a while.”