Loosies: French Montana Waves To Haters, SAS Makes Classical Music & Trouble Is Like “Damn”

11.30.11 6 years ago 4 Comments

The Coke King, French Montana, would like to thank all of you who thinks his flow sucks, isn’t talented enough to be signed and ruins hooks on big name songs for fueling the fire he needs to succeeds. Since his new tape, Cocaine Mafia, is being tweaked as we speak, he travels down to Memphis for a re-up with a couple of Three 6 renegades. It’s white trippy, mane!

French Montana Feat. Juicy J & Project Pat – “You Need Haters”

The SAS Gang doesn’t seem like the type to get scared easily, especially when it comes to release LPs in the industry’s frozen tundra of January. Continuing with what seems to be an infinite supply of beats for full length projects, Statik Selektah answers the call and it’s East vs. West for StereoType. While it’s much too early to proclaim this joint as classic, it’s definitely worth repeated spins with the lyrical nutrients contained within.

Strong Arm Steady & Statik Selektah – “Classic”

Duct Tape’s most fearless advocate wanted to use this joint to rally some support for Boosie’s trial, but we all know how that turned out. Regardless, we’re left with a 14kt headbussa anthem for the hype up the rest of the knuckleheads to catch cases of their own. Dayum!

Trouble Feat. Judo & Pesci 59 – “Damn” (Prod. By Mike Will)

Scheme (not to be confused with the West Coaster who crosses ’em out and puts a “k”) comes through with the lyrical driven yet positively balanced “Life That I Chose.” HBO has a current infatuation with Road to Perdition and the moral of that flick is that your own free will decides the outcome of your life. Think of this as the audio form.

Scheme Feat. Astonish – “Life That I Chose” (Prod. By Slot-A)

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