Artists over saturating the market place is nothing new. Master P and No Limit records dropped music every week for at least 18-24 months straight in the late 90's- early 2000's. Many of today's artists are now following his blue print, the big difference is we paid for No Limit's over saturation and now we are paying for the new artists releasing way too much music. The main problem with flooding the market (for free at that) is your not giving the listener time to appreciate your craft. I recently ran into an up and coming artist and he tried to sell me 3 or 4 mix tapes which are actually albums with out barcodes. As a potential new supporter how am I to know what mix tape to purchase if you've released 6 projects in the past three months? Slow down, hone your skills, let the music grow. Don't get caught up in trying to keep up with the next artist. After all, I'm sure you'd rather have a bonafide classic album for the consumer to listen to rather than six ok projects with 2-3 good songs one each of them.