Cartier Hugo Releases “3000 Vol. 2” Mixtape Presented by Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions

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Coast 2 Coast Mixtape Promotions and Yae Muzik Present Cartier Hugo’s Latest Mixtape Project, Entitled “3000 Vol. 2,” Now Available for Free Download from Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes

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Hip hop artist Cartier Hugo recently released his mixtape “3000 Vol. 2.” Yae Muzik and Coast 2 Coast present the project, which is available for free download. “3000 Vol. 2” features Cartier Hugo on tracks with guest artist appearances from Snipe Dose, PSY, Flossa The Dean, E3, Lil Glock, Nitty Gritty, E-Z, and Juanita Barber. Production credits include VG Boyz, Paragon, and JP Trackz.

Antonio Fleming, aka Cartier Hugo, grew up on the northside of Memphis, residing in “The Bay” with a brother and sister. Tragedy struck Hugo’s life at an early age with the shooting death of his father, leaving him to be raised by his mother and stepfather, Bennie “Doc” Walls. Along with neighborhood friends, Hugo recorded music on tape decks after school, performing in talent shows in elementary. He grew up listening to local Memphis artists, who were strong influences in his desire to be involved in hip hop. It has been over ten years since the release of Cartier Hugo’s first project, “New World Disorder: First Life,” with the group D’Gree. During his tenure with the group, they opened for artists such as Three Six Mafia, Too $hort, and Fiend, to name a few. They performed in various locations, including Memphis, Texas, Georgia, and Louisiana. D’Gree also recorded two albums and a catalogue of songs that remain unreleased.

Recently Cartier Hugo migrated back into the music scene, collaborating with super producer Blackout to compose his debut album 3000 Shit from his independent label Yae Muzik. Hugo’s style is made up of raw, new millennium lyrics with his own distinct delivery.

“3000 Vol. 2” is available for free streaming and download at

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