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Video: Donnis x Justice League

10.Deep has selected Atlanta rapper Donnis for their next branded mixtape release, so be on the look out for Diary of an Atlanta Brave to drop later this month. Here’s a quick promo video with the Justice League, whose production will appear on the project.

After the success of Wale’s: “Mixtape about Nothing”, and Kid Cudi’s opus: “A Kid Named Cudi”, people started believing that 10.Deep had gone digital. We haven’t seen an iTunes check yet, but this August we will be hitting the web with our latest music project, Donnis: Diary of an Atlanta Brave. Our search for something new took us further below the Mason Dixon line than our usual travels but with a new artist and the help of a few top notch producers, we give you the first look into our upcoming project – Donnis: Diary of an Atlanta Brave.

Previously: Donnis – Freestyle In The Park


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51 Responses to “Video: Donnis x Justice League”

  1. Iceberg Slimm AKA The Gold Medalist Says:

    D_block_4_life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    August 5th, 2009 at 12:52 pm
    From Wikipedia:

    Hell Rell
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Dikembe Mutumbo Obasanjo also known as Hell Rell is an American rapper, and a member of The Diplomats. He is the son of the former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo. He has a diamond mine back in Nigeria valued at $345 million. In 2007, he signed with Koch Records and began working on his debut album, For the Hell of It. The album reached #5 on both the Billboard Top Independent Albums and Top Rap Albums chart.[1]

    *Cries*
    —————–
    LMAO i thought you was bullshittin…

  2. Detroit P Says:

    the best southern MCs speak proper …

    Whole lot of people just can’t seem to fit in to where things seem to be going. Like you, Young BAMMAS. See, the Black race can’t afford you no more.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^
    Now thats some subconciously racist shit.

  3. R.J.Orion Says:

    Scarface is just a little better than Rick Ross … he might rap good for a country boy … but he ALWAYS got bodied on the Rocafella tracks with S.Dot Camelot & Beans …

    (see)

    Some Way Some How

    This Cant Be Life

  4. kallywood Says:

    Crooked I>Royce>Joell>Buddens

    ..on the slaughterhouse album

  5. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    Word to Paper Trail being a GREAT album…

    PT > The Recession.
    ===================
    Nah b.

    Paper Trail was a great pop album.

    The Recession was real rap.

    No album with a trick anthem like “Whatever You Like” can top my list. Tip was spitting on there but there just are too many crossovers on there.

  6. I Fux aka el Flaco Simpatico Says:

    Church League Champions Mixtape >>>>>>

    Yo on the real Soon You’ll Underdstand Mixtape is dope even though Diz got checked at the door by the homie when he came through San Diego.

    YOOOOOOOO DTR>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

    I just got the slaughterhouse last night. I want to give a whole spin tomorrow on the drive to work.

    What was Diddy saying about PacDiv?

    honestly LIKE is probably the nicest, but then BE YOUNG and Mibbs come in and spit fuegoooo.

  7. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    Crooked I>Royce>Joell>Buddens

    ..on the slaughterhouse album
    =========================
    Yup.

  8. Troyvul Says:

    Toya >

  9. I Fux aka el Flaco Simpatico Says:

    Paper Trail was a great pop album.

    The Recession was real rap.

    ^^^^
    This I can stand behind.

    Shout out to Prince Fielder

  10. I Fux aka el Flaco Simpatico Says:

    Some Way Some How

    This Cant Be Life

    ^^^^
    yup yup

    but Recognize(c)Face Mobb, might have been one of the hardest tracks i have ever heard

  11. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    It sounded like Pac Div was taking some shots at some other cats on that tape.

    Not <Cool.

  12. D_block_4_life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    No album with a trick anthem like “Whatever You Like” can top my list. Tip was spitting on there but there just are too many crossovers on there.
    ^
    It was musically better then the Recession, whether you feel it was a pop album or not. Plus, we all know there’s a heavy biased with you and anything that involves tricking.

    You sire are disqualified from the PT/Recession debate.

  13. crooked I Says:

    kallywood Says:

    August 5th, 2009 at 12:58 pm
    Crooked I>Royce>Joell>Buddens

    ..on the slaughterhouse album

    ^thanks for the love man

    before I blaze son, Im kissing the slugs coming at you kisses and hugs, when death calls whos really the thug.

  14. D_block_4_life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    edit- you sir*

  15. RIGZ Says:

    Amp, Relapse was garbage tho. Like, shift+delete, dont even go in the recycle bin garbage…

    Maybe one day i’ll download it again & give it another chance…when my memory of its lacklusterness fades away

  16. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    Scarface is just a little better than Rick Ross …
    ===============================
    That ain’t Henny he’s sippin. This nigga’s on that Petron.

  17. I Fux aka el Flaco Simpatico Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    August 5th, 2009 at 1:01 pm
    It sounded like Pac Div was taking some shots at some other cats on that tape.

    ^^^
    word I heard that a little but cant that just be simple rap braggodocio?

    I think they dont like getting lumped up with the Hipsters, so its on them to go and prove they’re not. it this cant be done with firing shots, you have to show youre more than just a run of the mill latest/hottest on the block rapper

  18. R.J.Orion Says:

    i never heard Paper Trail … never heard King … never heard TI vs TI (i have the instrumentals and THEY suck) … never heard none of them shits … dude’s voice, drawl and delivery are completely intolerable to my ears … and southern beatmakers be too keyboard and church organ heavy … niggas drum programmming is prehistoric … i cant fuck with The Runners, and Toomp and Shawty Red and Lil Jon and niggas of that nature …

  19. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    I started listening to Scarface in 88 or 89 I kept his cassette in the whip along with Kane G rap, P E, Chubb Rock and others.. Mister Mister Scareface was good Hustling music

  20. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    It was musically better then the Recession
    =============================
    So we buy albums for the beats now?

    I swore lyrics and song concepts were somehow important too.

  21. RIGZ Says:

    PT was an ill album

    And believe it or not, the majority of it is “conscious rap”…Its just in a real shiny guise

  22. D_block_4_life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    Relapse was garbage tho. Like, shift+delete, dont even go in the recycle bin garbage
    ^
    Lolol.

  23. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp Live >

    I think I just nutted watching the blocking drills. Skeet.

  24. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    Hustlin in the 80’s >>>> Hustlin now

  25. I Fux aka el Flaco Simpatico Says:

    TI is in Jay’s/Kanye’s stratosphere as far as Rappers/Pop artist’s go

    Jeezy and Ross just below that amongst others

  26. D_block_4_life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    I swore lyrics and song concepts were somehow important too.
    ^
    You know Jeezy did know out spit Tip…Tip was droppin’ jewls on PT…stop it…

  27. crooked I Says:

    thought it was all wood grain, all good brain… Jigga.

  28. R.J.Orion Says:

    Troyvul Says:

    August 5th, 2009 at 12:59 pm
    Toya >

    ————

    word…

    and im loving Mo from the TO Show as well …

  29. CiCi The Intern Says:

    What was Diddy saying about PacDiv?

    honestly LIKE is probably the nicest, but then BE YOUNG and Mibbs come in and spit fuegoooo.
    ^^^

    He was basically bigging up CLC and shit. He was bumping it, I guess.

  30. D_block_4_life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    And believe it or not, the majority of it is “conscious rap”…Its just in a real shiny guise
    ^
    Word…

  31. I Fux aka el Flaco Simpatico Says:

    So we buy albums for the beats now?
    ^^^^
    nah nigga I buy/cosign albums that move me completely.

    the others that move me in a lyrical way, or musically/just spiritually are considered a notch below imo

  32. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    When I think of Bammas I think of them Bamma dudes from Belly, “I’m a hafta drop a dime on dem niggas”

  33. crooked I Says:

    who produced the black republican track

  34. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    And believe it or not, the majority of it is “conscious rap”…Its just in a real shiny guise
    ===============================
    There are some standouts but then there are songs like Porn Star & Slide Show which bring the album down.

    Plus, this ain’t the same T.I. I was a fan of. This nigga wass on some smiley face, uplift the people shit cause he was about to go in. That ain’t what I signed on for.

  35. Detroit P Says:

    I swore lyrics and song concepts were somehow important too.
    ^^^
    these things are also part of the musical whole

    Recession>PT…even tho both were dissapointing

    Done It All\Airforce 2’s bonus track>>>>>>>>>>>

  36. R.J.Orion Says:

    crooked I Says:

    August 5th, 2009 at 1:06 pm
    who produced the black republican track

    ———-

    L.E.S.

  37. I Fux aka el Flaco Simpatico Says:

    niggas cant grow up in they music?

    wtf is wrong with fans

    Speaking I was chilling with POD the other day. Them Niggas kind of fell off in popularity but still make dope music. does that make them wack??

    speak on it:

    *Outro Daps*

  38. crooked I Says:

    makes a sweet honest kid turn illegal for commerce, to get his feet outta them converse, thats my word. ..Esco.

  39. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    CiCi The Intern Says:

    August 5th, 2009 at 1:04 pm
    Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp Live >

    I think I just nutted watching the blocking drills. Skeet.
    ====================================
    I’m taking my youngest son to Giants camp this year. I used to go to Jets camp at Hostra but Giants camp will be a religious experience

  40. D_block_4_life aka heat the track up like adobo/sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    & Slide Show which bring the album down.
    ^
    How did you come to this conclusion? This is one of the most conscious songs on the album? Actually one of my favorites…

  41. Eviction Notice Says:

    Church league champions>>>>>>>

    *cosign*

    mixtape is fire… Them hipsters can flow

  42. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    Relapse was garbage tho. Like, shift+delete, dont even go in the recycle bin garbage
    ==============================
    Dude’s rhyme schemes, concepts and frame of reference are unmatched. Nobody ccould have made a song like 3AM but Marshall and that goes for 90% of the album.

    You don’t gotta like the dude but you gotta respect his skills.

  43. crooked I Says:

    L.E.S.

    ^ very triumphant song. ole overcoming obstacles looking ass track

  44. Brooklyn Strong Says:

    We need another Public Enemy

  45. MR. MEEN Says:

    Scarface is just a little better than Rick Ross … he might rap good for a country boy … but he ALWAYS got bodied on the Rocafella tracks with S.Dot Camelot & Beans …
    ^
    jeez i dont even come around here much the southern hate still exists? wow. FACE ATE JAY ON THIS CANT BE LIFE. get real. even jay will tell you that. Dude rhymed about his friends dead child. yall east coasters make me laugh. face is a million times better than ross wtf.

  46. CiCi The Intern Says:

    Brooklyn Strong Says:
    August 5th, 2009 at 1:08 pm
    CiCi The Intern Says:

    August 5th, 2009 at 1:04 pm
    Philadelphia Eagles Training Camp Live >

    I think I just nutted watching the blocking drills. Skeet.
    ====================================
    I’m taking my youngest son to Giants camp this year. I used to go to Jets camp at Hostra but Giants camp will be a religious experience
    ^^^

    Man, I love camps because dudes are hungry. You can see the fight in some of these dudes.

    Like right now, we got mad competition for the last receiver and tight end spots. Plus, LB. Ninjas are fighting and I fucking love it. Makes me giddy.

  47. R.J.Orion Says:

    the Black Republican single didnt get the attention it deserved … like neither one of them niggas wanted any light on it … and thats the best either one of them spit in years … why they didnt make a big deal and marklet that joint more? … shoulda had video showing every 10 minutes and shit … somebody stlill mad?

  48. MR. MEEN Says:

    Scarface is just a little better than Rick Ross …
    ===============================
    That ain’t Henny he’s sippin. This nigga’s on that Petron.
    ^
    this ninja needs a lobotomy. wtf. cant even mention the king of the south and ricky in the same sentence. Jeez these kids these days.

  49. R.J.Orion Says:

    LOL @ the Southern Pride … i aint mad at yall …

    go ahead and rep yall trailers hoods …

    i overtand …

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  51. Ben Says:

    hey everyone, i wrote a review of this mixtape at my site Da What.
    Here is the direct link to my review:
    http://da-what.com/2009/11/04/donnis-diary-of-an-atl-brave-mixtape-review/
    I would love it if everyone who reads could leave a comment on the blog! i am just trying to get better so all feedback is appreciated. thanks so much!

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