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Again, nothing to see here, folks.
One quick single and here's The H: The Lost Album in its entirety courtesy of the money-flaunting duo of Rick Ross and Birdman.
When most posse cuts earn a video treatment, the main MC gets all the air time and everyone else is imported in via voice-overs.
ABN's fearless leader's original version of "I'm On" played out like a blockbuster remix and it seemed like it was already at its apex with star power.
You take your Hip-Hop way too seriously if you're not slightly chuckling at the full name of this song. Forget that we've got three stuttering rap names and one unnecessary hyphen, the fact of the matter is "Bang Em In The Face" immediately loses toughness for overly-specifying where said banging might take place. Apparently, "Bang Em In The Back," "Bang Em In The Heart" and "Bang Em In The Chest" weren't going to hit the target. And, of course, simply using "Bang Em" would've been way too generic. Questionable titles aside, Hones-T's indictment-warranting cut from his upcoming No Sleep release goes harder than a H.
From what has been publicized this year, Young Money's next "build-a-superstar" project appears to be Lil' Twist. Given Baby, Slim and Weezy's prior successes, maybe they know something the masses are currently unfamiliar with. It is Tyga, however, who seems like the logical choice for such backing.
"And since my case, I got all guns in my mama name..." Here's a novel idea. Wayne should release a No Ceilings 2 or Dedication 4, even prior to the fourth installment of Tha Carter. There still seems to be something missing about Wayne's buzz as that May release date marches closer and closer. I respect buddy's G and his star power, so that's not to say the young Martian couldn't sell 250K first week right now if need be. But that almost insatiable appetite for Weezy's music doesn't seem to mimic past occurrences at the moment. What do I know though? "That's What They Call Me" sees the often forgotten (but sometimes effective) combo of Skylar Diggins' new love interest and Gudda Gudda for this quirky cut littered with catchy one liners and, unfortunately, skips.
"Difference between right and wrong is me/N*ggas talk sh!t, but you can't MC/we already know how much your watch is worth/talk about, helping the hurt, saving the church/won't you brag about helping out where you come from/and give brothers a job that really want one..." -- DMX Like the former wise man once quoted, substance telecasted in your music reveals a more introspective side to one's character.
Ricky experienced it. Kane did too. Luckily for Craig & Smokey, they were fortunate enough to just hear the muffled bass from the trunk as they scurried away to freedom with their lives in tow. It's the soundtrack that you never want to hear firsthand, and Glasses Malone has crafted it with a ski-mask and bandanna on his latest firearm steady in Drive-By Muzik.
To be quite honest, I'm not even sure how long this track has been out. I came across it this morning, liked it and here we are now. According to more knowledgeable sources, the song originates from a new Jae Millz mixtape entitled Dead Presidents.
If you want something done right, you're probably better off doing it yourself. The first time I came across Killa Kyleon was during my wonder years at Hampton University - freshman year if I'm not mistaken.
Many rap crews are formed but very few are poised to be shaped into dynasties.
Young Money is an Army--better yet a Navy, flooding the streets with their product as long as the streets are saying they're hot.