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Truck North is a pocket-patting, lunch money taking, face mushing, mean-mugging microphone bully.
Not a lot of need or even room for talk here. The Money Making Jam Boys project is finally delivered today and there's not a lot of spare space for words when you have a group of high-caliber wordsmiths like Black Thought, Dice Raw, P.O.R.N., STS, and Truck North working together. Mick Boogie & Terry Urban put the mix down so everything's ready for consumption. To download The Prestige Mixtape: Jam Boy Magic click thru to 10.Deep's web portal.
When he wasn't out making money with the Jam Boys, Truck Nizzy snuck to the studio to churn out a fast burner to remind you he can stand on his own two on the m-i-c.
In case you haven't heard, the Money Making Jam Boys consist of Truck North, Sugar Tongue Slim, Dice Raw and the legendary Black Thought.
Even when presented with countless opportunities to take the sleazy Pop route out, Skillz lyrical tendencies keep pulling him back in.
Fresh off his stellar appearances on The Roots' How I Got Over, Truck Nizzy isn't settling for royalty checks or waiting on the band for his next spotlight.
In Hip-Hop, like every where else, there are those who set the bar and then there are those who fail to hit the mark. Columbus native L.e is aware of this and wants everyone to know which side of the line he stands on his latest project The Measure.
It's not as if a group of emcees could hang around The Roots and not cook up funky material, be it scripted or impromptu.
If you couldn't tell by the leaks or the swagger, Sugar Tongue Slim a.k.a. STS has a silky smooth flow but he still believes in pushing the creative boundaries in Hip-Hop to the limit.
If you're even remotely familiar with Truck North, you'll know he has enough freaks, flows and hoes to put Jake Steed out of business.
Truck North lead the charge of this Hip-Hop promotional vessel for tor'cha, a novel from author Todd Craig which chronicles the lives of an urban youth trio as they're faced with the perils and hardships that run rampant throughout the ghetto.
The marketing range of Hip-Hop is limitless as well as the cultural significance it brings to the product being branded.