There are few things to point about this remix to ¡MAYDAY!’s “TNT” remix. First of all, DJ Khaled says “Strange Music…we the best,” which indicates hell is currently experiencing below freezing temperatures. Second of all, the track’s enlightening, political approach didn’t lose a single step without Dead Prez, who was featured on the original version of this Take Me To Your Leader cut, with knockout sixteens from each of the high-profile guest features actually upping the ante.
¡MAYDAY! Feat. Black Thought, DJ Khaled, Jay Rock, Jon Connor & Stevie Stone – “TNT (Remix)”
Even though he’s Bay Area to the fullest, Fabby Davis won’t hesitate to trek across the pond and soak up some culture in the home of Big Ben. That said, his latest trip must’ve been notable, as he decided to keep the accent in tact and dedicate this synthesized single to the Queen’s territory. But, amidst all the shout-outs and observations, the best part may be the mention of the late Davey Boy Smith. Classy.
Mistah FAB – “I’m In London”
Considering every song Twista and Ludacris have collaborated on before has been en fuego, you can safely assume this new hit from I-20’s upcoming Celebrity Rehab 2 mixtape will be quite nice as well, which it is. The stand-out line though? How about when the DTP leader says, “Ya’ll aggins trifling, you’ll never be a leader/ you’re life is worth what I made off a verse from Justin Beiber.” Yikes.
I-20 Feat. Ludacris & Twista – “Little Boy”
Before Ryshon Jones lets go of his upcoming Basquia mixtape, which will feature all the loose music he’s released since December, the downtrodden Philly rhymer drops off a song downplaying all the jewelry and materialistic items most rappers fancy. It’s good to hear someone with some sense once in a while, huh?
Ryshon Jones – “Rope Chain” (Prod. by Thelonious Martin)