With a brand new mixtape (B.C. Era) available for free download and a Booth-approved record (Life Is) making its rounds online, Bobby Creekwater could just sit back, enjoy the forthcoming holiday season, celebrate the new year, and get back on his grind after the first. However, that isn’t how this Atlanta native chooses to operate; instead of banking on the hard work he’s put in over the past three months, Creekwater has hooked up with his former Shady/Aftermath labelmate, Stat Quo, for a brand new freestyle over Kanye West track Say You Will. As Creekwater reminisces about the days of 2Pac and Bone Thugs, Quo ponders who is to blame for the decay of the rap game. As far as both emcees are concerned, please say you will support their music in 2009.
Written by DJ Z on 12/16/08
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