Mixtape: Uno The Activist – Deadication

Mixtape: Uno The Activist - DeadicationMixtape: Uno The Activist – Deadication

A month ago, Georgia rapper, Uno The Activist, declared that he was dealing with another mixtape called Deadication, which would essentially be his own rendition of Lil Wayne’s 2004 Dedication Mixtape Series, where Wayne remixed mainstream tunes from that period. Uno does likewise, by bouncing on the beats of well known tunes from his own time, including “Topanga” by Trippie Redd, “Equipped and Dangerous” by Juice WRLD, “Child Birkin” by Gunna, and “Free Uzi” by Lil Uzi Vert. What’s more, ofcourse, the rundown of hit tunes would not be finished without one more Lil Nas X “Old Town Road” remix, which Uno conveys also. Indeed, even the spread work pays tribute to Wayne’s very own for Dedication, with a comparable complex illustration and a similar red, white and dark shading plan.

Beginning off his vocation as an early SoundCloud adopter, Uno immediately picked up tract in the wake of earning consideration for his single, “Parkin’ Lot Pimpin.” As Playboi Carti’s cousin, he embraces a portion of his elaborate systems, including tossing out promotion libs with total surrender. In any case, Uno is significantly more melodiously centered than Carti, and he positively demonstrates that with his quick flame streams on this collection. Deadication denotes Uno’s seventh discharge, a reality which is obvious in the improvement of his sound; despite the fact that the beats are loan from mainstream melodies which we have all come to know and love, Uno adds his own sauce to every single track. Maybe as a tribute to his beginings, Uno made the collection accessible on SoundCloud, which you can give a tune in to underneath.


1. That’s A Rack
2. Old Town Road
3. Kid Cudi / Pissy Pamper
4. Armed & Dangerous
5. Extendo
6. Transgression
7. It’s Up!
8. Die Young
9. Homebody
10. Baby Burkin
11. Deadication
12. Who You Foolin (Ft. 2Gramcam)
13. Perc MF

Mixtape: Uno The Activist – Deadication

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