The luxuries of the trap are seemingly never-ending. While T.I. has made the transition from rubber band man to King of the South, his Grand Hustle goons are setting up their own mobster-rific image. On the newly released street single We Here, rapper Big Kuntry uses the song’s title to describe his squad’s position in the hip hop industry. Though T.I. is gearing up for the release of his new album, Paper Trail, a mature, clean, no-more-rap-beef-’cause-it’s-2008-already look, Kuntry is holding the reins as the antithesis. Producer Shawty Redd provides the instrumental, giving Kuntry hard, altering basslines, strong horns and that signature ATL sound. The ATL native’s debut album, My Turn To Eat, is set to drop later this year.
Written by Erica L. on 08/11/08
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