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Southern Hospitality: Rehab ATM’s Mixtape Release Party (Video)

by Miracle

(Photo By Dat Piff)

Johnny Cashville (listen/download)

**Note: Southern Hospitality is a new category on the site that will feature unique content from the underground/independent Southern Hip-Hop scene. Love it or hate it, it has been consistently booming over the years and doesn’t appear to be slowing down any time soon.

Rehab ATM is a long time artist in the underground Southern Hip-Hop scene. He has been representing for Nashville, TN for about 12 years and counting now. He is affiliated with Cashville Records and Black Fly Music. He has worked with a respected group of fellow rappers like Young Buck and Jelly Roll. Just one day ago, he released a brand new mixtape titled Johnny Cashville. The project features the hit single “Sheesh.” In honor of the new project, Rehab ATM threw a release party. Check out some of the footage from said party below.


This footage was provided by Wyte Music affiliate Trevor Post. He seems to be a man of many talents including working a camera and doing graphic design. In fact, he is to thank for the site’s awesome logo/header. The footage opens with an extended candid interview clip from the late Johnny Cash. From there, ATM can be seen doing a lot of interacting with the crowd. Also, the viewer is privy to live performances of songs like “Sheesh” and “Fish Scale.” The video closes out promo for the tape. All in all, this was a cool video. Rehab and his crew had great energy. There was a healthy turn out. And the crowd really appeared to enjoy themselves. All the makings of a successful event.

**My Two Cents: I am very happy to start connecting with a new region in the Hip-Hop game. So major thanks to Trevor Post for inspiring me to stop talking about doing it and finally getting it off the ground. Much love to him for the graphics too. This was my first introduction to Rehab ATM and he sounds pretty decent. I was digging the performances. -MinM

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