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The fellas of Strange Tang along with a few of their affiliates made good on their promise and released the highly sought after #IAMDJDEEZY project a little while back. The project is being described as a compilation album with some of the best and brightest artists that the state of Florida has to offer. Additionally, it is being praised for it’s wide assortment of subject matter. Which is great to hear as 24 songs about the same topic would get old very quickly (lol). The Illixer picked a handful of tunes out of the pack to highlight for readers. Continue reading to discover which selections made the cut as well as to get some general thoughts about the hearty LP.


Mechee is an artist on the come up who hails from Detroit, Michigan. He has been through a lot of trials and tribulations in his lifetime and uses his music to express such. Additionally, he intends to serve as a voice for those who don’t have one or who simply may just get overlooked.

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“Dirty Lenses” (previous review)

“Work Clothes” (previous review)

“Pain” (previous review)

Earlier this month, two of the site’s favorite Southern gentlemen, Strange Tang, released their colorfully titled Preacher’s Moonshine LP. It is broken down into seven regular tracks and five bonus tracks. The Illixer has covered a little of each. Previous reviews can be found above. Additionally, the collective features a nice diverse set of guest appearances and producers. Dive in after the break to discover what exactly Preacher’s Moonshine is all about.

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“Dirty Lenses” F/ R.T. Heights & Lady Tee (preview)

The guys of Strange Tang teamed up with fellow artists R.T. Heights and Lady Tee to create an one of a kind motivational record entitled “Dirty Lenses.” The meaning behind the effort has been described on Band Camp as: ” … becoming aware of your perception of the world you live in. There is only one world. Your world. How you choose to view it is how it becomes. It’s all about what lens you choose to look through.” That is a profound summary.