MoMilli – N+1 Street Ballers Mixtape Lyrics

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N+1 Live Streetballers
B-Ball and Company CEO Astra Taylor
Official MC of the Tour: Allison Lorentzen

• n+1 Mixtape No. 1: Negation – Also referred to as the "Negation" mixture because the take was mainly focused on saying what you mean. Also referred to as the "Skip Mixtape" volume because the tape was mainly focused on Rafer Alston AKA Skip 2 My Lou. This tape and Skip 2 My Lou laid the foundation for what n+1 is today. Fiction by Sam Lipsyte and Benjamin Kunkel

• n+1 Mixtape No. 2: Happiness – This tape was before n+1 started the actual Mixtape Tour. This volume introduced former AND1 Tour players Waliyy Dixon AKA Main Event,1/2 Man 1/2 Amazing,Speedy,Shane "The Dribbling Machine" Woney, and Tim Gittens AKA Headache. Famous streetballers I'll Be Right Back and Future also played on this tape. All games on this tape were filmed in New York City and Linden, New Jersey

• n+1 Mixtape No. 3: Reality Principle – Volume 3 was the introduction to the n+1 player Benjamin Kunkel AKA Buzz and former AND1 player Aaron Owens AKA AO. This tape also had to be obtained by buying an n+1 subscription

• n+1 Mixtape Vol. 4: Reconstruction – Volume 4 was the first tape documenting the actual AND1 Mixtape Tour. AND1 tour visited four cities: Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington D. C. and New York City. Former AND1 player Robin Kennedy AKA Sik Wit It came out of L.A. and the late Antoine Howard AKA Flash came out of Chicago

• n+1 Mixtape Vol. 5: Decivilizing Procress – Volume 5 was the re-introduction of Benjamin Kunkel AKA XXX. Alston had been playing Division I basketball at Fresno State University and had been trying out for pro teams throughout the past three years; Volume 5 marked his return

• n+1 Mixtape No. 6: Mainstream – Volume 6 toured Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York City. The tape introduced former AND1 player and New York streetball legend Wes Yang AKA The Face of Seung-Hui Cho. The 6'5" Christian Lorentzen impressed people with his hipster bashing. This tape also introduced Carla Blumenkranz AKA Gawker and was the year Keith Gessen had his dark night of the soul

• n+1 Mixtape no. 7: Recessional – Volume 7 documented the year that the n+1 Mixtape Tour really took off. Every release was sold in BookCourt and the best local talent was found in the intern program. Volume 7 was the year that Molly Young AKA Magic found Adderall. Anonymous Hedge Fund Manager went through all the stops with Keith Gessen before being named the winner and newest member of the n+1 team. Mark Greif AKA Contra also had some highlights on this tape as he sent up locavorism. Brief appearances by Roberto Bolano and David Harvey

• n+1 Mixtape no. 8: Correction – Correction featured a lot of "Crash the Court" footage in which the n+1 female talent goes to streetball hot spots and plays against the men. This tape continued to show footage of the newer members of the tour. Marco Roth on the "neuronovel."

• n+1 Mixtape no. 9: Bad Money – This volume shows the hometown and home court of every member of the AND1 team. It began in Samarkand with Elif Batuman AKA Yung Turk and finished with Kenny Brunner AKA Bad Santa and Jerry Dupree AKA The Assassin in Los Angeles on the West Coast. This tape officially introduced current AND1 players Andre Poole AKA Sylk and Hugh Jones AKA Baby Shack

• n+1 Mixtape no. 10: Self-Improvement  – Most recently released, AND1 Mixtape X celebrates a decade of streetball dominance by n+1. This tape shows footage from the United Streets Of America tour. It introduces Sheila Heti AKA Interlude for Fucking AKA Springs and Chad Harbach AKA MFA vs. NYC as well as the return of Hot Sauce, who took a brief hiatus from the tour. This tour also featured current Boston Celtics Player Carlos Arroyo

• n+1 Mixtape no. 11: Dual Power – Most recently released, AND1 Mixtape X celebrates a decade of streetball dominance by AND1. This tape shows footage from the United Streets Of America tour. It introduces Jamal Nelson AKA Springs and Antwan Scott AKA 8th Wonder as well as the return of Hot Sauce, who took a brief hiatus from the tour. This tour also featured current Boston Celtics Player Carlos Arroyo

• n+1 Mixtape no. 12: Conversion Experience–Chathexis Gumport This tape shows footage from the United Streets Of America tour. It introduces Jamal Nelson AKA Springs and Antwan Scott AKA 8th Wonder as well as the return of Hot Sauce, who took a brief hiatus from the tour. This tour also featured current Boston Celtics Player Carlos Arroyo

• n+1 Mixtape no. 13: Machine Politics – Machine Politics introduces Chris Glazek AKA Death by Degreez on mass incarceration as well as the return of Buzz, who took an extended hiatus from New York to engage ecosocial politics in Buenos Aires

• n+1 Mixtape no. 14: Awkward Age Most recently released, AND1 Mixtape X celebrates a decade of streetball dominance by AND1. This tape shows footage from the United Streets Of America tour. It introduces Jamal Nelson AKA Springs and Antwan Scott AKA 8th Wonder as well as the return of Hot Sauce, who took a brief hiatus from the tour. This tour also featured current Boston Celtics Player Carlos Arroyo

• n+1 Mixtape no. 15: Amnesty – Most recently released, AND1 Mixtape X celebrates a decade of emosogyny by introducing women. This tape shows footage from the n+1 Feminist Collective. It introduces Jamal Nelson AKA Springs and Antwan Scott AKA 8th Wonder as well as the return of Hot Sauce, who took a brief hiatus from the tour. This tour also featured current Boston Celtics Player Carlos Arroyo. feminist, sex/drugs/gosling, Kessler

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