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North Carolina Rapper/Saxophonist Crucial, a.k.a. Karlton Jones, is Featured on The Chop Doctors 'VIP Uncut Mixtape'

'The V.I.P. Uncut Mixtape,' released by The Chop Doctors, gives a sneak peek of several new songs by Crucial (Karlton Jones) that will be released on his upcoming album 'In Due Time.'

(PRWEB) August 15, 2005 -- Crucial (a.k.a. Karlton Jones) has been busy in the studio finishing up his highly anticipated album In Due Time."

A few new songs by Crucial that will be on his new album were recently released by The Chop Doctors on the official V.I.P. Uncut Mixtape. The V.I.P. Uncut Mixtape already accredited as one of the hottest mixtapes in the country has the streets in demand for more music from North Carolina artists such as Crucial, Big Delph, P. Batters, John Doe, Bang Double, AJ, Verbal War, and others that are featured on the mixtape. The mixtape can be purchased at www.cdbaby.com/chopdoctors or www.towerrecords.com

The Chop Doctors and their two artists Crucial and Big Delph have managed to gain immense popularity as unsigned artists in the recording industry. Crucials song Just Wont Stop and Big Delphs song V.I.P. has been heard on radio and seen across the country on music video television shows. Both videos have scenes with fellow North Carolina rapper Petey Pablo.

Crucial and Big Delph have been the opening act for artists such as Jadakiss, The Ying Yang Twins, Cash Money Millionaires, and P Diddys group Da Band. Crucial and Big Delph have a large fan following from being the opening act for these artists and by getting exposure on national television with their music. As a result, there have been several major record labels that have expressed interest in signing Crucial and Big Delph.

From being a respected emcee and a accomplished saxophonist, Karlton Jones offers the listener a killer combination. His style of Hip-Hop music has been described as gansta with a smooth delivery, but when he brings in the sax he rips it like none other. With music production on his album from Ill Phill, Black Jeruz, AG Beatz, Devron, and The Chop Doctors, the listening audience is definitely in for a surprise.

The title of Crucials upcoming album In Due Time perfectly reflects how The Chop Doctors see their success as coming. Their years of hard work and determination combined with making hit music is easily recognizable and definitely taking the music industry by storm.

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Chop Doctors Management

Dwayne Dowden

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