Sometimes he rhymes slow, sometimes he rhymes quick.
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A lot of styles and skills on display with this one.
Twista smooths things out for the latest single off his 9th studio album, 'The Dark Horse.'
Well, "Gah Damn." That's a random line-up.
When Twista and Legendary Traxter get together to make a song called "Ferocious," you either turn it up or get the hell out of the way.
I’m not that well versed in what a signature Lady Gaga song sounds like, but I know the cuts from ARTPOP have all grabbed my attention.
Migos are back with "Remix" for your weekend turn-ups.
The Talk of New York will soon adopt a new moniker: Godfather Of The Ghetto.
Man, let me tell ya.
Twista dedicates a few bars to the first footwear brand of rap, adidas.
"This dedicated to my man Lou from Norfolk, locked up.
The sound omitted from Java Starr's latest single "Lost" should sound familiar, as the Coughee Brothaz North artist has enlisted The Legendary Traxster to serve up a sizzling skillet to heat up his stop and go delivery.
Twista has rightfully earned his reputation as Hip-Hop’s lyrical assassin with the genre’s quickest tongue.
Say what you will about Machine Gun Kelly, but this guy did it.
When it comes to certain rappers, nostalgia will keep us checking their music for as long as they record.
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/crooked-i">Crooked I's</a> better as a solo artist.