Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Presents the “Alone” Music Video by Tutor Babi

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Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announces the release of the “Alone” music video by hip-hop artist Tutor Babi. The video is now available for view on YouTube. The single, dedicated to Jarrod “Diggz” Farmer, is featured on the “Do It for Diggz” mixtape which dropped in December 2012.

Robrick Evans aka Tutor Babi hails from Shreveport, Louisiana. Growing up, there weren’t many kids in his neighborhood so he often used his creativity to entertain himself. When two of cousins recorded their rap songs on Robrick’s boombox, he decided to make music as well. At 10 years old, he used the family computer to record his own music. In high school, he dropped his first mixtape which became popular among the students at his school. During his senior year, he released the song “Elbo Elbo” which received play on local radio stations.

To date, Tutor Babi has put out several projects. In 2011, he released five mixtapes which helped solidify and build his fanbase. In September 2012, he faced the joy of his first child being born and the devastation of losing one of his best friends a few days later. The single “Alone” is dedicated to Jarrod “Diggz” Farmer. Babi has used the tragedy of his death as a driving force in fulfilling his dreams of making it in the music industry.

Tutor Babi has plans to continue building his rap career, start a clothing line and help as many people as he can with the success and money he makes. Keep up with all Tutor Babi updates by following him on Twitter.

About Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes
Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes are the most widely distributed mixtapes in the world, with over 100 million downloads/plays generated by over 200 volumes officially hosted by major artists. Coast 2 Coast has a solid reach in the new music industry with a digital magazine, DJ coalition, industry tips blog, yearly convention, and more. Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes represents a unique opportunity for artists of all urban genres, from major to indie. For more information, visit


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