Donnis – Fashionably Late: The Mixtape

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Track list and download link after the jump.

Previously: Donnis – Fashionably Late: The Trailer (Video)

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Download: Donnis – Fashionably Late: The Mixtape

Presented by Clinton Sparks + DJ Ill Will & Rockstar.


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46 Responses to “Donnis – Fashionably Late: The Mixtape”

  1. casket face Says:

    lol hip-hop is a fuckin’ joke…i mixtapes are to blame, so are youtube videos and myspace…michael jackson never released a mixtape or cheaply made youtube videos, neither did jay-z.

  2. Cypher Says:

    Didn’t y’all post this yesterday?…

  3. D_Block_4_Life Says:

    No thanks.

  4. why? Says:

    The electronic music hipster scene is the new disco. Hip Hop is Hip Hop. One thing is like Cher and the other Denzel. Still SMH at Nas for making Hip Hop Is Dead and then releasing that song with Keri Hilson. Shit pretty much sums up the genre.

  5. Cypher Says:

    casket face Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 1:46 pm
    lol hip-hop is a fuckin’ joke…i mixtapes are to blame, so are youtube videos and myspace…michael jackson never released a mixtape or cheaply made youtube videos, neither did jay-z.

    ^^
    unfair comparison.. They both already cemented their status… They don’t/didn’t need to prove anything. Also the market is a lot more competitive then when jay and Michael Jackson came… If you can’t maintain a buzz you’re dead

  6. Cypher Says:

    why? Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 1:53 pm
    The electronic music hipster scene is the new disco. Hip Hop is Hip Hop. One thing is like Cher and the other Denzel. Still SMH at Nas for making Hip Hop Is Dead and then releasing that song with Keri Hilson. Shit pretty much sums up the genre.

    ^^

    Have you seen Keri hilson?

  7. Troyvul Says:

    THIS

  8. KzA Says:

    shemesh Says:

    fuck the heatmakers.

    ^

    no fuck YOU. this is blasphemy

  9. why? Says:

    Justice, Count Justice, Justice League. One of these makes good music.

  10. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    That mediocre prelude Donnis released last weak ruined any chance of me DLing this one.

    Thanks for the heads up.

  11. mcb Says:

    Justice League?

    Joe Scudda/all them cats are nice, NC doing work.

  12. Camelot Says:

    Eminem’s Seduction >>>>>>>

    Swagger on 100,000,000

    Best subliminal shots at Jay that weren’t penned by Nas

    Hook was catchy

    Mr. Porter’s vocals were on point

    Definitely my fav joint on there so far…AUGH

  13. JihaD Says:

    D_Block_4_Life Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 1:52 pm
    No thanks.

    ^^^

    This.

    @ casket.

    I wouldn’t blame the mixtape or youtube, as much as the complete OVERSATURATION of artist’s music, face ,etc. Labels and artists (blogs, etc) have conditioned the listener to get a song, listen to it once, and EXPECT another song almost immediately. It used to be an artist would drop ONE single around 4-5 months before their album, go on a promo tour to break the record, then drop another single right around the time the album drops (word to the old ass stickers that used to advertise three different songs that you hadn’t heard yet). Later, people used to drop 1 mixtape in order to supplement the album release cycle. Now, you have trailers to videos (WTF), mixtape videos (WTF), mixtape trailers (seriously…WTF), artwork, etc, then 30 song mixtapes that drop, with maybe two hot songs and 1 or 2 freestyles. Problem is, EVERY OTHER artists is doing the SAME thing, so, instead of being able to listen to one mixtape and make a decision whether you like it or not, you have 5-6 dropping at the SAME time, with EVERYONE doing the same promotion. The listener never gets a chance to enjoy the music, lest they be unable to have a discussion about current hip-hop. This is pretty much the formula for Major Artists, indie artists, and up-and-comers, and it is impossible to keep up with it all, so we simply listen once, download and delete, and wash, rinse, and repeat until this industry collapses upon itself.

    Long story short, too much music, no time to actually listen.

    JihaD

  14. why? Says:

    Clinton Sparks is high up on the list of I dress and talk urban and am famous for stupid shit while listening to Miley in my Mercedes.

  15. Cypher Says:

    Camelot Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 1:59 pm
    Eminem’s Seduction >>>>>>>

    Swagger on 100,000,000

    Best subliminal shots at Jay that weren’t penned by Nas

    Hook was catchy

    Mr. Porter’s vocals were on point

    Definitely my fav joint on there so far…AUGH

    ^^

    Didn’t hear that… Post the lyrics

  16. b Says:

    so dna beat quest mcody huh.those emsee battles look like they gon be weak, the best battles are acapella

  17. Shooter Says:

    this dude again? smh

  18. shemesh Says:

    where is all the hate for donnis stemming from?

    diary of an atl brave is a mixtape CLASSIC

  19. casket face Says:

    # Cypher Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 1:54 pm

    casket face Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 1:46 pm
    lol hip-hop is a fuckin’ joke…i mixtapes are to blame, so are youtube videos and myspace…michael jackson never released a mixtape or cheaply made youtube videos, neither did jay-z.

    ^^
    unfair comparison.. They both already cemented their status… They don’t/didn’t need to prove anything. Also the market is a lot more competitive then when jay and Michael Jackson came… If you can’t maintain a buzz you’re dead
    ______________

    STOP IT! “we” created the “competitive market”….out of sheer thirst and and angst.

    does miley cirus have a mixtape? justin beirber? jonas brothers?….that’s why drake sold 147K.

    micheal jackson nor jay-z EVER SOLD THEMSELVES SHORT by saying “here’s a sample”…fuckouttahere.

    and Nas saying Hip-Hop is dead is the truth! the culture, the love and anticpation as we know it is GONE! No more Hard Knock Life Tours!

    thank youtube, twitter, myspace, iphone and the rappers with no confidence in themselves that would realease 30 mixtapes a year rather than one BANGING ass album with 1 track from each shitty mixtape.

  20. NovemberEnd Says:

    this nigga Donnis BEEN trash

  21. DOM IZZO Says:

    I can honestly say i have never heard a full song from this dude. I stopped in the middle of his Gone video.

  22. els Says:

    Donnis makes good pop music

    He’s not hip hop though

  23. mcb Says:

    why? Says:

    June 22nd, 2010 at 2:00 pm
    Clinton Sparks is high up on the list of I dress and talk urban and am famous for stupid shit while listening to Miley in my Mercedes.
    ^^^
    pshhhhh . nah, he’s the only thing decent on the radio here, and it aint that great.

    but that is mad funny to think about haha.
    oh and anyone around Boston…
    88.9=M-F 9 or 10-=the best shit, like a better version of your iPod. college station around Boston.

  24. Cypher Says:

    where is all the hate for donnis stemming from?

    diary of an atl brave is a mixtape CLASSIC

    ^^

    I heard half a track from dude.. He was garbage.. Maybe one day I will give him another listen… I just refuse tobexert effort to do it

  25. mcb Says:

    els Says:

    June 22nd, 2010 at 2:03 pm
    Donnis makes good pop music

    He’s not hip hop though
    ^^^
    All I needed to know
    *continues to ignore this “Donnis” character*

  26. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    diary of an atl brave is a mixtape CLASSIC
    ==================================
    If you define “classic” as having alot of hype, good production but the artist has zero appeal and even less actual talent making songs, then I agree 100%.
    This one is prolly a “classic” too.

  27. NovemberEnd Says:

    this nigga is failed Wale/T.I hybrid….somebody should have terminated this nigga’s record contract….like yesterday

  28. Cypher Says:

    To exert effort..

  29. JihaD Says:

    shemesh Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 2:02 pm
    where is all the hate for donnis stemming from?

    diary of an atl brave is a mixtape CLASSIC

    ^^^

    k. (c) RNC

    JihaD

  30. els Says:

    Gone is still dope

    the video>

  31. why? Says:

    CLASSIC

    ^
    Nah council, I wish to use this comment as a request to ban this word from Nah Right.

  32. Camelot Says:

    Cypher Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 2:01 pm
    Camelot Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 1:59 pm
    Eminem’s Seduction >>>>>>>

    Swagger on 100,000,000

    Best subliminal shots at Jay that weren’t penned by Nas

    Hook was catchy

    Mr. Porter’s vocals were on point

    Definitely my fav joint on there so far…AUGH

    ^^

    Didn’t hear that… Post the lyrics

    ^^^^^

    The entirety of the second verse was a CLEAR mockery of Jay-z

    youtube.com/watch?v=BPJtvNcSF88

  33. casket face Says:

    NovemberEnd Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 2:05 pm

    this nigga is failed Wale/T.I hybrid….somebody should have terminated this nigga’s record contract….like yesterda

    ________________________________
    …damn

    i50.tinypic.com/ma8pbt.jpg

  34. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    My top back…..

    I’m circumcised…..

    You could never overestimate the importance of this line…..the strength of this stanza…..

    the girth of it’s glory…..

    the third eye of Horus…..got my penis feelin’ so glorious…..

    This is DEEPER THAN RA…..

    ^^^^^^^^
    *chokes on strawberry fuze*

    ROFFLE 3rd eye of Horus??
    this nigga wild

  35. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    Eminem’s Seduction >>>>>>>

    Swagger on 100,000,000

    Best subliminal shots at Jay that weren’t penned by Nas

    Hook was catchy

    Mr. Porter’s vocals were on point

    Definitely my fav joint on there so far…AUGH

    ^^^^^^^
    best song by far and it really could be subliminal shots. That song is the only reason i have’nt deleted that whole album yet

  36. casket face Says:

    # LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:
    June 22nd, 2010 at 2:12 pm

    *chokes on strawberry fuze*

    ROFFLE 3rd eye of Horus??
    this nigga wild
    _____________________

    i48.tinypic.com/x4189h.jpg

  37. Cashmere Cavalli aka Debonair Cavalier Says:

    lol @ the Donnis bashing

  38. de la swole Says:

    The entirety of the second verse was a CLEAR mockery of Jay-z

    youtube.com/watch?v=BPJtvNcSF88

    ^who is this “bitch” on his nuts that he’s talkin about

  39. JihaD Says:

    STOP IT! “we” created the “competitive market”….out of sheer thirst and and angst.

    does miley cirus have a mixtape? justin beirber? jonas brothers?….that’s why drake sold 147K.

    micheal jackson nor jay-z EVER SOLD THEMSELVES SHORT by saying “here’s a sample”…fuckouttahere.

    and Nas saying Hip-Hop is dead is the truth! the culture, the love and anticpation as we know it is GONE! No more Hard Knock Life Tours!

    thank youtube, twitter, myspace, iphone and the rappers with no confidence in themselves that would realease 30 mixtapes a year rather than one BANGING ass album with 1 track from each shitty mixtape.

    ^^^

    First off, you can’t compare different genres. Hip-hop has always been about satisfying your fanbase, while maintaining artistic integrity, while meeting commercial expectations. Its a hard line to tip-top, and few artists have actually done it successfully. the older album cycle was 2-4 years between albums for hip-hop artists, with extensive touring involved to allow them to sell their music and build a fanbase (read: not bandwagon fans, but actual fans). As money began to flow into the industry, and technology allowed up-and-coming artists the ability to compete with majors, the album cycle got shortened, as artists who took years off came back to find out that their audience had moved on to that “new-new.” In addition, the mixtape became the go-to choice for artists after G-Unit and Dipset proved that you can get on without having a major label backing. This was the final straw holding back the floodgates. Eventually, the album cycle became supplemented via the mixtape because artists who DIDN’T release them (even Camel was freestyling and he did drop a mixtape) in order to “be in the streets/feed the streets” eventually fell to the wayside. For many artists, the mixtape became the album (word to The Champ Is Here 1) that people were willing to support, while the album became a vehicle for commercial success, rather than an endeavour of the artist, which was a direct result of the change in the album cycle.

    JihaD

  40. casket face Says:

    *nah commenters dicks getting hard from nerd rap*

    *daps nah commenters without clammy hands*

    lata yall

    FOLLOW ME: tinyurl.com/389nlkx

  41. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Why do y’all even entertain Closet Fag and his BS pseudo-intelligent rants on Hip-Hop?

    Dude’s a troll.

  42. LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    @ Jihad
    co-sign 1000% of that rant on whats wrong wit the game. That was dead on

  43. Camelot Says:

    LaneKiffin*CainSniffin*LaneSwitchin* Says:

    *chokes on strawberry fuze*

    ^^^^

    Too many things wrong about this sentence…

  44. DGtheEnigma Says:

    THESE BY FAR ARE THE BEST COMMENTS IN NAHRIGHT HISTORY!
    —-

    I wouldn’t blame the mixtape or youtube, as much as the complete OVERSATURATION of artist’s music, face ,etc. Labels and artists (blogs, etc) have conditioned the listener to get a song, listen to it once, and EXPECT another song almost immediately. It used to be an artist would drop ONE single around 4-5 months before their album, go on a promo tour to break the record, then drop another single right around the time the album drops (word to the old ass stickers that used to advertise three different songs that you hadn’t heard yet). Later, people used to drop 1 mixtape in order to supplement the album release cycle. Now, you have trailers to videos (WTF), mixtape videos (WTF), mixtape trailers (seriously…WTF), artwork, etc, then 30 song mixtapes that drop, with maybe two hot songs and 1 or 2 freestyles. Problem is, EVERY OTHER artists is doing the SAME thing, so, instead of being able to listen to one mixtape and make a decision whether you like it or not, you have 5-6 dropping at the SAME time, with EVERYONE doing the same promotion. The listener never gets a chance to enjoy the music, lest they be unable to have a discussion about current hip-hop. This is pretty much the formula for Major Artists, indie artists, and up-and-comers, and it is impossible to keep up with it all, so we simply listen once, download and delete, and wash, rinse, and repeat until this industry collapses upon itself.

    Long story short, too much music, no time to actually listen.

    JihaD

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