Danbury, CT (PRWEB) March 3, 2011
Artist Al-Fatir recently released his latest project, “Robots and Skylines.” Presented in association with Hat City Records, the mixtape is available from Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes at http://www.coast2coastmixtapes.com for free download. “Robots and Skylines” features Al-Fatir on all-original tracks with production from Jazz, Chance McCullough, Jaynez, and K.O. Several tracks also feature K.O as an artist.
Danbury, CT artist Al-Fatir was no stranger to adversity and turmoil growing up, his father being a recovering drug addict struggling to get on the right path. Living everywhere from family members homes to motels, his mother fought hard to keep the family intact while his father sought help to get clean and fight his addiction. Naturally, music played a major part in Al-Fatir's life. “Both my parents were really big into music. As a little kid I was coming up on Sade, Big Daddy Kane, Whitneys Houston, Mariah Carey, etc. R&B was really my first love,” Al-Fatir says. Even to date, Al-Fatir feels as if he draws his biggest inspiration from R&B music. “Hip hop is where the heart is you know, without it only God knows where I’d be, but when I’m looking for that inspiration, nothing does it like R&B.” Al-Fatir’s other projects include mixtapes “The Tape” and “Back 2 The Hustle,” along with a number of freestyle tracks available online at http://www.reverbnation.com/alfatir
“Robots and Skylines” is available for free streaming and download at http://coast2coastmixtapes.com/mixtapes/mixtapedetail.aspx/al-fatir-robots-and-skylines