Tum Tum & Lil Flip Release Single Ahead of New Joint Album “Made In Texas”

Collaborations between two artist can produce some of the best music in the artists involved careers. Some artist are great on features and have subpar solo efforts and vice versa. However, when it comes to S.U.C’s Lil Flip and DSR‘s Tum Tum who have both have great solo careers, a joint project from “Them Texas Boyz”, is right on time to be the soundtrack of the Summer. Scheduled to release the full project May 1st, the duo has released 2 singles “Made in Texas” and the UGK influenced “Sweets Be Tight” produced by Quin Wit The Keys. Tum Tum recently featured Lil Flip on his “350 Tape”, on the track “I Really Did It”. Flip‘s “The Leprechaun 2” is also in stores and is said to be the last solo project of his career. He’s recently been in a debate with Lil Keke and E.S.G about who the real Freestyle King is, and went on a 7 day run free-styling over various instrumentals on IG Live. It’s no doubt that these two have made a tremendous impact on Texas Hip Hop. Both are well respected in their own backyards and I’m sure fans won’t be disappointed with this offering. Check out the singles and be sure to grab the project when it drops.



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