- Geek & Sci-Fi
Rollin' through the Texas interstate, you have to look clean whether you're shining in the desert sun or living it up in one of the big cities. Anytime you see Killa Kyleon in H-Town with four wheels spinnin', he has his Lone Star license and registration in check and the car looks like it came fresh out of the Jolly Rancher factory.
Chamillionaire has long been a rapper who was always capable of more.
The formulaic way to get your record in motion is to grab a decent R&B singer with a generic radio-friendly yet suggestive hook and place them alongside a guest spot from someone with a knack for feature spots. That seems to be the approach these days, especially with rappers fighting tooth and nail for radio play. Not to say that it's the only option, but it's the choice Texas rhymer Chamillionaire made when he released "Make A Movie.
2005 seems so long ago.
Well, not really.
I'll admit, at first I was turned off by this one.
After releasing the first disc a few days ago, King Koopa drops disc two as the finale to the final installment.
For what will be presumably the last installment, Chamillionaire's back with Mixtape Messiah 7.
If there's anybody who knows the grind, its Mistah F-A-B.
Koopa with two early releases off Mixtape Messiah 7, which he's already stated will the last of the series.
Here's a couple new album joints from an artist we recently smoked with, Slim Thugga.
Hurricane and Luda add some variation to Slumdog Chamillonaire's first single off his third album Venom.
Jordan had six rings, Chamillionaire has six Mixtape Messiah's.
For those of you in the want, tracklisting & link after the break.
When's the last time Texas was blue.