Invy Da Truth Releases “Voltron Part 2” Mixtape Presented by Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions

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That Damn Toucan and Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions Present Invy Da Truth’s Latest Mixtape Project, Entitled “Voltron Part 2,” Mixed by Call Me Toucan and Available for Free Download From Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes.

Hip hop artist Invy Da Truth recently released his mixtape “Voltron Part 2.” Presented in association with That Damn Toucan and Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes, the project is available at for free download. “Voltron Part 2” features Invy Da Truth on tracks with Guilty Simpson, Miz Korona, Oncue, Marvwon, Fatt Father, Moe Dirdee, Pen Pal, Bruce, and Royce Da 5’9, and is mixed by JC Flores aka “Call Me Toucan.”

Southside Chicago native Invy Da Truth is now headquartered in Detroit, MI. The “Midwest Monster” is set to provide an international hip hop sound that does not exist on the market today. Defined by his life experiences outside the classroom, Invy decided to explore his hip hop nature after being forced into a rap battle in back in 2003. From that point forward, Invy knew he wanted the spotlight. Early on, rap heavyweights like Wu Tang, Nas, DMX, 50 Cent, and the never forgotten B.I.G. were major influences that assisted in shaping Invy’s wide range of melodic sound.

Chanes has been the mastermind behind Invy’s instrumentation since they both embarked on their music careers in Detroit. Far from newcomers, Invy and in-house producer Chanes were receiving features and production credits back in ’06 by D12’s DJ Young Mase on “Summer Heat 2006” mixtape—all while still eating high school lunch. One year later, DJ Young Mase hosted the “Detroit Takeover Pt. 3,” with nearly all of the mixtape’s surgical sound crafted by Chanes himself. Forcing their recognition upon the industry, hip hop trailblazers like Marvwon, Guilty Simpson, OnCue, Freeway, Norega, Kurupt, Cory Bold, Trakstarz, The Bizness, Miz Korona, and Big Sean have all worked along side Invy or with Chanes’s production.

“Voltron 2” is the latest in Invy Da Truth’s “Voltron” mixtape series. Rap, like Voltron, the 1980s TV show, is not whole until all operating parts unite to equal one. In Invy’s vision, hip hop is the Voltron, made whole by all the separate sub genres—Southern, East Coast, West Coast, underground, and party records.

“Voltron Part 2” is available for free streaming and download at


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