Issue #16 Lil Wyte/Frayser Boy

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Issue #16 Lil Wyte / Frayser Boy Special Dual Cover Edition Pre-Order w/ Extras (CDs, Stickers, and Etc)

Includes Lil Wyte, Frayser Boy, Whitegold, B-Rush/Cizzle (Park City Music Group), Dirty Dubb, Ashin Kushner, Tone Montana, Zach Lindz and more………..

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Issue #16 Lil Wyte / Frayser Boy Special Dual Cover Edition Pre-Order w/ Extras (CDs, Stickers, and Etc)

Includes Lil Wyte, Frayser Boy, Whitegold, B-Rush/Cizzle (Park City Music Group), Dirty Dubb, Ashin Kushner, Tone Montana, Zach Lindz and more………..

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Lil Wyte has been and still remains a fundamental reason for the musical fire that burns deep within my soul. Born Patrick Lanshaw and raised in the community north of downtown Memphis known as Frayser, he would grow up with a passion for Hip Hop. The Loosahatchia and Wolf River merges into the Mississippi, and welcome to the Bay Area.

As Lil Wyte would state silence, let’s pause from reading this article for one second for the Godfather’s of the Triple Six Mafia, salute to all of you and rest in peace to Lord and Koop. Lil Wyte’s story would never be if it was not for the love and belief of his father Mean Dean Lanshaw whose birthday is April 14th so throw up a happy birthday to heaven this month for Mr. Lanshaw. His father would invest $1500 into his first real project that would find its way to the Triple Six Mafia and put him directly connected with the machine that DJ Paul, Juicy J, Lord Infamous, and Boblet started in 1991 back then they were known as the “Backyard Posse”. The Three 6 Mafia was a catapult for a lot of rappers careers but it would be Lil Wyte that would carve his own name in the game for decades to come.

Lil Wyte has and openly faced extreme obstacles in a game that is designed to sabotage growth. Managers that sucked ass and poor business ethic mixed with shitty values have been just a few road blocks along the way. I had to put in a stress adjective in there because Wyte, I thought it just fit. All these things were building blocks to a better Lil Wyte and now a more focused Lil Wyte as a whole.

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