This past fall, rapper Bizzy Bone dropped by the DJ Booth for an exclusive interview. During the twenty-minute conversation, the Ohio native seemed spiritually at ease, thanking and praising his religious savior, Allah, multiple times. Fast forward six months – this Tuesday, Bizzy will finally release his new solo album, A Song For You. On the album’s lead track, I’m The One, the Bone Thugs alum is joined by punk rocker Joel Madden of Good Charlotte for a subliminally devout banger (I dare you to find that description anywhere else on the web). Over a production bass line similar to The Blackout Movement (MIMS’ This Is Why I’m Hot), Bizzy spits his usual warp-speed rhymes on either side of Madden’s winning chorus. So, is this the one?
Written by DJ Z on 04/20/08
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