The Indianapolis emcee and longtime Wu-Tang Clan affiliate is releasing a digital album tomorrow featuring veterans like Tragedy Khadafi and Killah Priest, as well as Gucci Mane.
Indianapolis, Indiana emcee M-Eighty is best known for being the Guinness Book of World Records holder for the longest-running Hip Hop freestyle. The Wu-Tang Clan affiliate announced to HipHopDX today that he's releasing a compilation, Taking Back What's Mine tomorrow, January 11, 2011. The project will be hosted by DJ Vlad, and features artists ranging from Redman and RZA to Killah Priest and Tragedy Khadafi to Gucci Mane.
The digital release will be available through M-Eighty.com (who is also selling physical CDs) as well as carriers such as iTunes and Amazon.com.