Casey Veggies – Life Changes (Mixtape Tracklist)

blame it on Illy January 21, 2013

Casey Veggies reveals the tracklist to his upcoming mixtape slated for arrival on January 22. The 13-track project will see contributions from Dom Kennedy, BJ the Chicago Kid, Harry Fraud, 1500 or Nothin, Cardiak, The Futuristiks, and more. Check out the complete tracklisting after the jump.

01. Life Changes feat. Phil Beaudreau (prod. The Futuristiks, Dawaun Parker)
02. My Vision (prod. The Futuristiks & 1500 or Nothin)
03. Young Winners (prod. Dynamic Duo)
04. She in My Car f. Dom Kennedy (prod. DJ Dahi)
05. Faces (prod. Rob Holladay)
06. Life$tyle (prod. Cardiak)
07. The Team (prod. The Futuristiks)
08. Whip It (prod. D.R.U.G.S)
09. Love = Hate (prod. THC)/Ulterior Motives f. BJ the Chicago Kid (prod. Rahki)
10. Everything Wavy (prod. PriceTag)
11. I Love Me Some You (prod. Harry Fraud)
12. These Days (prod. The Futuristiks & 1500 or Nothin)
13. Take My Life (prod. The Futuristiks & 1500 or Nothin)

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  • pizzy

    sunno)) boris altar

  • liveeddd

    why this nigga in a crop field thoo?

  • ac

    its not like his brand is named after crops or anything …..

  • ac

    in other words, the cover is clever….as fuck.

  • Reb

    I’m doing a thousand-yard stare at the fact that he’s in a crop field. The photographer should’ve gone all out, and took a photo of him picking cotton as well. And I have to add that his facial expression doesn’t reflect “Life Changes”; it reflects constipation.

  • realtalk™

    you fools complain about everything.. just shut the fuck up and appreciate the free music for once

  • Mr. Mister

    @realtalk exactly. Who gives a fuck bout the cover art? Fucking 2DopeBoyz C-Section.

  • cbanks13

    production looks like its going to be crazy!

  • Reb

    @realtalk: Damn, emotional much? In that case, not only is the cover (which does matter because it’s a part of the presentation) corny to the highest degree, the mixtape as a whole is average with a capital ‘a’. Contrasting opinions are a part of reality; you can either get over it, or bury your head in the sand.