Almost four months ago, rapper 40 Cal released his RBC Records debut, The Yellow Tape. Never content with cooling his heels in his native Harlem, the Dipset-turned-Skull Gang affiliate is already preparing a follow-up, entitled Mooga. Featuring protégé Sudaboss, Cal’s new single, On My Sh*t, is Diplomat-influenced and simile-filled talk of cash flow, bottle-popping, and expensive lawyers. Boardwork from producer Los, whose style gives On My Sh*t a true Northeast street anthem appeal, steals some of the spotlight, but something tells us 40 Cal’s market should find a lot to like about Mooga once it is released on August 5.
Written by Burmy on 07/16/08
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