Just in case you haven't been clued in to rap's Industrial Average, the industry is a business, first and foremost. To get to the top of the ranks, you have to be somewhat keen of managing your monetary support on both the front and back ends. As a widely recognized hustler going on his third decade, Mack 10 is still a business-minded executive when it comes to running his Hoo-Bangin' imprint and his latest venture with his flagship artist, Glasses Malone, looks to break the bank in Twenty Eleven. Money Music is their game and their aim is a point blank hollow tip bullet.
While the album title's obvious implications are represented well ("Money Drunk," "Winnin'"), Mack & Malone still have a few exploits of 211's and 187's to keep themselves visible on the LAPD's radar. Glasses hits the hardest with his ode to retaliation in "<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2011/04/mack-and-malone-everybody-gotta-go-video">Everybody Gotta Go</a>," a scenic kidnapper's narrative which even features the family dog getting his death certificate stamped.