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Rapper Concept announces "Mood Change 2"

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In April 2013, Concept, a New Orleans-based rapper, released his first mixtape, "Mood Change." Concept announced today that he is working on a follow up to the tape, "Mood Change 2."

Get a behind-the-scenes look at "Mood Change."

Concept will be developing "Mood Change 2" under Already Entertainment, a music production and talent management company based in New Orleans. As part of the project, he will be accepting beats from producers who are interested in being involved in the project.

"In today's digital world, collaboration is key," said William James, CEO, Already Entertainment. "It gives us an opportunity to merge our talents with people that we otherwise may not be exposed to. For Concept, this is a great opportunity to elevate his music and bring his mix to the next level."

Producers that are interested in collaborating with Concept should contact Already Entertainment's CEO at

"Mood Change 2" will be released in late spring. “Mood Change” is available on Already Entertainment, SoundCloud and DatPiff.

“Mood Change was my pet project for years,” said Concept. “Given the response that it received from the industry, I knew it was time to get back in the studio for a follow up for my fans. I am excited to kick off 2014 with the release of 'Mood Change 2.'”

Concept first began rapping in the early 2000s. Since then, he has been developing songs for his first studio album. He attributes some of the industry's greatest rap artists as his influences, including Joe Budden, Nas and Kendrick Lamar. His first album, "Mike Myers Project," is available for download for under $10 on a variety of sites, including iTunes and Google Play.

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