After six years full of independent albums, Cleveland’s very own Bizzy Bone will finally come out with the major-label release, A Song For You. The ex-Bone Thug’s first single, Money, features the electric-guitar laced production of Houston’s Mr. Lee, which accompanies Bizzy’s trademark fast-paced rhyme style. Rival-turned-ally Twista seems to fit perfectly on Money, demonstrating his own special talents about the paper-chase. After all is said and done, Money is an enjoyable, skilled song that should make any Midwest rap fan proud. Look for further reasons once A Song For You drops on October 30th.
Written by Burmy on 08/28/07
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