Sinn Tha Original
In My Zone (Clean)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 3:30
bpm: 85
key: 5A

Uploaded by: longemagazine

April 7, 2016


About the Band:
Growing up in West Texas an area not relatively known for its Hip Hop scene or rap music, Its been a 15 year journey for Sinn he started writing in High School at the age of 17 as an outlet to clear his mind.Other times he would freestyle and battle rap other student who thought they could out rap him. His voice and delivery would quickly grabbed peoples attention and made them want to listen. He quickly learned he was good at it and started working on delivering his lyrics over beats. At first it was mix tapes over popular instrumental tracks he could get his hands on. After a while this wasn't enough he felt he needed his own beats. HIs own original tracks a sound that would be his. Not knowing any local beat makers he decided to learn how to make his own. A fellow artist he was working with introduced him to FL Studio from there he would develop his own sound. He then started working with local talent making beats for them as well. He linked up with a fellow rapper known as STG and created Dirty Small Town.

They put together material and started doing shows opening up for a few well known artists. Such as Z-RO, Chingo Bling, Kid Frost, Teflon, Low G and Rasheed of Dope House, Akwid, and various others. After STG was incarcerated there was no choice but to keep pushing on his own. He linked up with an artist he had met through STG known as Rich E Rich, and the Two became close friends. Rich E Rich along with his partner Shawty Pimp brought him into their crew known as StreetLife Entertainment, and he started producing for them and working on new music with them. After a few years working with StreetLife and with STG free doing his own thing he redeveloped his sound. In 2014 they caught a lot of attention with a song titled "Paper Chase" and started creating a buzz. With his newest song titled "In my zone" set to drop it looks like he won't be stopping anytime soon. Keep a look out for this upcoming Texas artist.

Sinn Tha Original
In My Zone (Clean)


genre: Hip-Hop
length: 3:30
bpm: 85
key: 5A

Uploaded by: longemagazine

April 7, 2016


About the Band:
Growing up in West Texas an area not relatively known for its Hip Hop scene or rap music, Its been a 15 year journey for Sinn he started writing in High School at the age of 17 as an outlet to clear his mind.Other times he would freestyle and battle rap other student who thought they could out rap him. His voice and delivery would quickly grabbed peoples attention and made them want to listen. He quickly learned he was good at it and started working on delivering his lyrics over beats. At first it was mix tapes over popular instrumental tracks he could get his hands on. After a while this wasn't enough he felt he needed his own beats. HIs own original tracks a sound that would be his. Not knowing any local beat makers he decided to learn how to make his own. A fellow artist he was working with introduced him to FL Studio from there he would develop his own sound. He then started working with local talent making beats for them as well. He linked up with a fellow rapper known as STG and created Dirty Small Town.

They put together material and started doing shows opening up for a few well known artists. Such as Z-RO, Chingo Bling, Kid Frost, Teflon, Low G and Rasheed of Dope House, Akwid, and various others. After STG was incarcerated there was no choice but to keep pushing on his own. He linked up with an artist he had met through STG known as Rich E Rich, and the Two became close friends. Rich E Rich along with his partner Shawty Pimp brought him into their crew known as StreetLife Entertainment, and he started producing for them and working on new music with them. After a few years working with StreetLife and with STG free doing his own thing he redeveloped his sound. In 2014 they caught a lot of attention with a song titled "Paper Chase" and started creating a buzz. With his newest song titled "In my zone" set to drop it looks like he won't be stopping anytime soon. Keep a look out for this upcoming Texas artist.