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Blaze Servin’ Dishes Up Atlanta Flavor On “BTR”

The Atlanta rapper’s first single carries hints of Gucci Mane, Young Thug, and C4.

January 15, 2015

Atlanta-based rapper Blaze Servin cut his teeth working with the likes of Gucci Mane, Young Thug, and Fredo Santana, as well as under the wing of C4. He's now gearing up for the release of his own debut mixtape, and all those (good!) influences are showing. The first single off the project is a banging, Zaytoven-produced come-up anthem called "BTR"—which is pronounced "butter," like gold, but also because "the track is nothing but pure flavor," he explains. "I got flavor and flavor lasts forever. It doesn't matter if you're a hipster or a trapper, if u got flavor, niggas gon' fuck with that. Honest," he says. Servin's debut mixtape, Servin', mixtape drops February 3rd.

Blaze Servin’ Dishes Up Atlanta Flavor On “BTR”