Alfamega has never lived by the proverb of “less is more”. While incarcerated in an Atlanta prison in ‘02, he penned 1700 songs. Between ’04 and ’06, he hosted and appeared on over 350 mixtapes. Hell, he even runs a mentorship program called “100 Kings”. In his new street single, 4 or 5 Ways, he sticks to what he knows best: numbers. The track is a three-and-a-half-minute-long catalog of threats and boasts, all of which are preceded by an estimate (see song title) of how many times he is going to carry them out. Producers Nard & B back up his gruff voice with a stuttering Dirty South beat. 4 and 5 Ways will appear on Alfamega’s upcoming album, I Am Alfamega, due October 14.
Written by Charlie E. on 07/30/08
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"Hurt ft. Alfamega & Busta Rhymes" (2007)
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