Hip-Hop Artist Pat Clark Announces the Release of his New Mixtape, The Mix Ape
April 30, 2013
Peoria,IL-April 30, 2013- Upcoming hip-hop artist Pat Clark releases his new mixtape, The Mix Ape, which will contain both original music as well as remixes of popular hip-hop songs.
Pat Clark is an accomplished rapper/videographer in his hometown of Peoria,Illinois. Aside from having his own solo projects, Pat Clark has collaborated with many other upcoming artists and producers like D. Webb, C.H.I., Ejay The Musician, and YD under D&V Entetainment, an independent music label. For the past four years, Pat Clark has spent time honing his craft in both music and film.
While studying film in Chicago, Illinois, Pat Clark has developed a unique style and presence for himself as an artist that is easily recognized and embraced by his fans.
“I am known for my unusual and clever videos, “Pat Clark said of the videos he has made for himself as well as other artists. “I am really hoping to make a name for myself in the big city.”
The latest creation from Pat Clark is the Mix Ape, a collection of original music as well as remixes of songs from artists A$AP Rocky’s “F*ckin Problems”, Mac Miller’s “All I Want is You”, to Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble.” Pat Clark’s highly creative and clever twist on the Taylor Swift’s hit can be seen in Pat Clark’s video for “I Knew You Were Trouble.” The video has over 9,000 views on YouTube since being released just three months ago.
As for collaborations, fans can expect to hear the sounds of upcoming artist/producer Ejay TheMusician on the remix to Mac Miller’s “All I Want is You” and a feature from artist James Ghareeb. Pat Clark also worked with talented producers Tyler on the Beat, Biggie Beats, Melrose Zee, Zdot, and Michael McConeghy from Chicago. Other artists that appear on the mixtape are Teddie, T-Kiid, Wes, Farris Abouhanna, and Kid Defrenza.
While the Mix Ape is the first mixtape release from Pat Clark this year, it is definitely not going to be his last.
“ I hope to drop two more mixtapes and one EP this year, “Pat Clark said of his future music plans.
Fans can download the Mix Ape for free on Datpiff.com and on Pat Clark’s soundcloud page, soundcloud.com/patclarkmusic.
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