Louisiana Hip-Hop C.E.O, Mr. Enví releases his latest EP,
‘The Recap II’
Hip Hop artist, Mr. Enví is based out of Bossier City, Louisiana. Also, he is the founder of Southern Stisles Records and owner of Hood Critic Magazine. Just recently, Enví released his new compilation album, “The Recap II.” The album serves as a highlight of music from Mr. Envi’s last few projects.
In 2001, Mr. Enví started releasing mixtapes locally catching the attention of a local radio personality at 107.5FM in Uniontown, Alabama, where he’s originally from. This soon led him to his first single “Break His Jaw”, to be aired on local radio. Shortly after, he moved to Louisiana where he felt he’d have a better opportunity to break out nationally.
Mr. Enví released his first album “Rydaz Redemption” in 2011. The album debuted at #3 on the CMJ National Hip Hop Add Charts. Rydaz Redemption was later followed by two EP’s, “Kollaborationz” in 2012 and “Point of No Return” in 2013. He went on to sign a non-exclusive distribution deal with Oklahoma based Tate Music Group, releasing one album entitled “The Recap” in 2014.
Over the years, Mr. Enví has either shared a stage or worked with many notable artists such as Juvenile, Young Bleed, La Chat, Shawna, Chalie Boy and Crooked I- just to name a few. Be sure to connect on social media and follow his journey.
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