The umpteenth rapper to come out under the Diplomat umbrella, 40 Cal fits the mold of his click’s brethren. His single, Big Boys, is everything you’d expect from a Dipset artist: talk of hustling, gang banging, and ladies, along with often poorly-carried out punch lines (they stutter when pronouncing big words). However, 40 does have his moments; he makes a Jim Jones-esque reference to a popular dance (in this case, the Superman). Broken Safety 2, his new album, is set to drop September 11th (apparently, Cal doesn’t care that Kanye and 50 already have a date that day).
Written by Burmy on 09/4/07
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"Dip Dip ft. Juelz Santana" (2007)
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