DJ Cannon Banyon, along with Camo Collins and Ben “Coon Dog” Tice and a whole bunch of other Country Rappers just released Southern Country Volume 5 for download, and I can tell you this a behemoth of of a mixed tape. Volume 5 has over 30 artists from host Brahma Bull, to Charlie Farley, Bates and The Yellowhammers, Apalachee Don, Big Chuk and more. There have to be more Country Rap artists on this compilation than any mixtape in history. Side A alone boasts nearly 30 tracks, and with over 50 total tracks on this tape, its a beast, and it’s full of great mixes and some of my favorite artists are featured.
Brahma Bull does a great job of hosting this edition, and I’d love to hear him do more of these in the future.
You’ve got Bates And The YellowHammers working with Brahma Bull, some Charlie Farley remixes. Twang and Round are represented, as are Franklin Embry and even The Lacs. . There’s top tier names like Brahma Bull and Charlie Farley representing on Southern Country 5, right beside some underground acts that are about to blow up like Hard Target, Big Chuk, Apalachee Don, as well as Camo Collins, and all the guys from Southern Country Muzik.
There’s just too many songs to talk about, and there’s not a bad one in the bunch. DJ Cannon Banyon has outdone himself this time. Here are a few of my favorites
- “Highway Man” featuring Brahma Bull, Camo Collins, and Stephen Lemmons produced by DJ Cannon Banyon
- Big Chuck – “Country Chix” Produced By Eddie Robison
- Danny Duke “Cup Of Mud”
- “Free Style” featuring Them Country Boys, Dustin Rhodes, Lenny Cooper – Prod by Dj Cannon Banyon
If you’ve got a friend that you think would like Country Rap, go ahead and download Southern Country 5 and that’s a great start. The newest installation of Southern Country Mixtapes is the best yet, and a perfect sampler for Country Rap aficionados and newcomers alike.
DJ Cannon Banyon handled most of the production on Southern Country Volume 5’s songs and he definitely shows why he’s one of the top DJs in the industry right now. He’s put together the best Country Rap Mixtape I’ve ever heard. You’ve got to get Southern Country 5