TUT – Preacher’s Son (Mixtape)

blame it on Shake January 5, 2015

If you would’ve asked me where Chattanooga, TN was a couple years ago, I would’ve looked at you like you just asked me for the ingredients of Top Ramen (anyone?). I’d be dumbfounded if I was asked to point it out on a map. But then April of 2013 came around and I was introduced to native emcee, Isaiah Rashad. Now, if you ask me, I’d have pin point accuracy with the finger – in a blindfold.

Hailing from the same city – and same crew, actually (it’s The HOUSE, b*tch!) – comes newcomer, TUT, who made his debut at the DopeHouse last month with a feature in our 2Dope to Sleep On series.

Since then, he’s followed up with “Live From Chattanooga” and the 2DBZ-premiered “Kids These Days.” Both of which demanded attention and helped give listeners an idea of what to expect with his new project, Preacher’s Son.

No need for an “idea” now though as the full thing has finally arrived! Coming in at 16 tracks, the project features Isaiah Rashad (“Sunday Service”), The HOUSE rep Michael Da Vinci (“Corner Stories”) and more. Now stop reading my senseless babble and press play below and head to for a download.

Preacher’s Son is an album that depicts a young man growing up in both the church, and the streets; raised on confronting the traumas of bad choices, experiencing the redemptive power of hope and the overwhelming joys of love and charity.

All sounds mixed and mastered by Ktoven.
Executive production by EC.