Long Beach Stands Up in New “9217” EP by Donzelly and Corey Cail

Donzelly, a rising star from Long Beach, has teamed up with producer Corey Cail to deliver a project that pays homage to the rich history of West Coast rap while carving out a unique space for themselves in the genre. On their collaborative EP “9217”, Donzelly and Corey Cail combine their talents to create a sonic journey through the streets of Long Beach, with influences from classic albums like “Get Rich Or Die Trying” and “The Documentary” shining through.

The EP kicks off with a legendary Intro from Tray Deee, a rap icon and member of Tha Eastsidaz, setting the stage for what’s to come. Tracks like “The Struggle” and “Legacy” showcase Donzelly’s storytelling abilities, as he reflects on his own experiences and the trials and tribulations he has faced along the way.

Donzelly and Corey Cail’s EP “9217” not only pays homage to the rich history of West Coast rap but also delves into intimate, personal narratives with tracks like “Into You” and “Hustla”. “Into You” stands out as a lyrical and melodic masterpiece, showcasing Donzelly’s ability to blend rap and R&B seamlessly. With its smooth production and heartfelt lyrics, the track is a stand-out for lovers and fans of both genres. On the flip side, “Hustla” delivers a tough and bouncy West Coast classic that captures the essence of the streets. With its infectious beat and hard-hitting bars, “Hustla” is a track that embodies the grit and hustle of the West Coast rap scene.

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