Reppin a city not well known for their hip-hop history—Baltimore—Virgin Records/One Up Ent. up-incoming star Bossman is set to finally put B’more on the map. Lingo may vary from city to city, but there remains a common phrase used among hip-hop culture regardless of territory, “A-Yo.” A way of saying hello—or what up; fitting for Bossman since he is looking to extend his hand and be welcomed into the game.
Written by DJ Z on 10/17/06
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