Loosies: Don Trip & Wale’s Athlete Tributes, Yelawolf Says “I Do” And Common’s A “Shot Caller”

02.01.12 6 years ago 3 Comments

With quotes from Bubba Chuck’s turbulent life and career – including the legendary “practice” speech – Don Trip describes life isn’t always greener when setting out to cash in on a God given talent. Expect to find this on Trip’s forthcoming DJ Drama-assisted mixtape, Guerrilla. Keep ya head up, A.I. You’ll always be good money over here. The feds can’t garnish that.

Don Trip – “Allen Iverson” (Prod. By Cool & Dre)

I’m pretty sure Yela’s not about to become tie the knot anytime soon, but that’s not to say I don’t appreciate him snatching up Jeezy, Jay and Three Stacks’ martial number and giving it his own spin. So what Catfish Billy wasn’t invited to the actual wedding. Best believe he’s going to be in the reception in some overalls. You can find him in the corner doing keg stands.

Yelawolf – “I Do Freestyle”

The athlete tributes don’t stop here. Wale, Rozay and Loso decide to pay homage to another superstar in a slightly better financial state. With an instrumental begging to be ran through like an overzealous groupie, “Albert Pujols” was originally slated to be featured on Folarin’s sophomore cut, Ambition. And given the outcome, it damn sure should have been.

Wale Feat. Rick Ross & Fabolous – “Albert Pujols”

Just because the Drake/Common beef fizzled out before anything really kicked off, Lonnie’s not letting that deter him from quitting his day job. This time around, Com visits The Come Up Show in Philly and verbally exercises over French Montana’s present day anthem (“Streets Is Watching,” too, but this is the one he really ripped). The “What up, Serena?” ad-lib was money.

Common – “Shot Caller Freestyle”

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