Youngest Ones Release “O.G. Hash and Codeine” Mixtape Presented by Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions

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Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions and Zero to Sixty Entertainment Present Youngest Ones’ Latest Mixtape Project, Entitled “O.G. Hash and Codeine,” Now Available for Free Download From Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes.

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Rap group Youngest Ones recently released their mixtape “O.G. Hash and Codeine.” Zero to Sixty Entertainment and Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes present the project, which is now available for free download. “O.G. Hash and Codeine” features the Youngest Ones on tracks with guest artist appearances from Young Fredro, S80, and Yung’N. Production credits include S8ighty and Raymond “Fatt Mack” Smith.

Since the early 1990s, New Orleans boldly made its presence known in the rap arena and continued to flourish for virtually two decades, but the present day demand for a new music label to carry the baton out of Cajun Country has been answered by Fatt Mack and his burgeoning super group, the Youngest Ones—who are already making noise throughout the South and online with a number of singles including the rapid-firing “Outta My Mind,” step anthem “Look At 'Em,” and head-nod-inducing “Like Yeah.”

Although this trio consisting of Supa D (Dave Avery, 22); D-Danger (Devphn Pichon, 21); and Killa Da King (Kieron Martin, 19), literally live up to their "Youngest 1s" group title, their lyrical expertise and maturity shine consistently in their music. Fatt Mack explains, “My plans for the Youngest Ones is to take a young group of guys and show them that there is a better life than the streets first and foremost, and then let their music explain itself. The same concept goes for my company which we will grow and build together as a family.” Judging from the great response for their latest single, growing fanbase and booked tour dates throughout the South and soon globally, the Youngest Ones are set to do Zero to Sixty in record time.

“O.G. Hash and Codeine” is available for free streaming and download at


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