Last night, New Jersey rapper L-Boogie released his debut mixtape Less Is More (hosted by DJ On Point) on DatPiff. While many artists start promoting their projects months in advance, L-Boogie- being a true believer that less is more-released his mixtape just three days after the initial project announcement. Despite the title, L-Boogie gives us plenty of gems on this one. The New Jersey native goes through all 12 tracks without sugarcoating anything, sharing stories of his struggles.
Stream Less Is More below and make sure to follow L-Boogie on Instagram @L_BoogieNJ to stay updated on all of his releases.
8/8/16.... "Conventional wisdom of the web suggests that more content leads to more page views, which ultimately creates a successful site. Yet I’ve found the opposite can be true. Having a lower quantity allows more time to focus on quality; and also allows more time for connection through comments. In this way, it’s not about building a large community; it’s about fostering an engaged one. As far as I’m concerned, there’s no greater success than that. Regardless of your project or dream, the “less is more” philosophy can go a long way in creating value and enabling progress. You may not have a large number of hours to commit, but this means you have an incentive to prioritize your goals—and that just may help you focus and become optimally effective. You may not have abundant resources, but this means your passion and purpose may be your greatest assets—and there’s no limit to what you can accomplish when you invest yourself in a vision that moves and inspires you. You may not have countless readers or customers, but this means you can focus on providing exceptional service—which can be far more valuable than dozens of cursory connections and standard experiences. Most importantly, when we focus on doing less and doing it well, instead of doing more and assuming it’s better, we’re less scattered, more deliberate, less harried, and more present. And really, isn’t that what we want? It’s not just the goals and the outcomes we visualize; it’s the happiness and satisfaction we imagine we’ll experience when we get there. It may be the biggest advantage to doing less: we create more space to enjoy those things now." #LBoogie #LessIsMore
Less Is More was recorded and mixed by CezBeats in both The Red Room and The Gallery Room at So Amazin Studios. Here's a throwback clip of L-Boogie's first time linking with CezBeats: