Incredibly, It’s My Job to tell our readers about new hip-hop records that are must-listens. 4-Ize, on the other hand, must rap his a** off and represent the ATL properly; both of us are doing our jobs here. While I tell you all about how his unique cadence drives his latest single, 4-Ize drops a slew of braggadocios, colorful bars. The veteran underground rapper isn’t the only one doing his job, though. DTP head honcho Ludacris—4-Ize’s childhood buddy—is given the task of opening the cut on a high note, which he completes with a brash flow (and even more brash, unapologetic wordplay) that really sizzles atop the clapping production of J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. There isn’t any word on a larger release from 4-Ize, but keep it locked to The DJBooth for all the latest news and tunes.
Written by Lucas G. on 09/13/13
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