Since the DJBooth debut of Bossman’s When Will It Be Over (Far Too Long), the rapper has had quite an eventful and (considering the title) ironic past three months; after getting left behind at Virgin (So So Def moved to Def Jam), the Charm City King was dropped by his label, courted by Sony Urban (only to witness the label dissolve into its parent companies) and now finally has a deal on the table with Koch. Ready to capitalize on his city’s infamy as the Home of the Wire, Bossman enhances the program’s realness by describing the harsh realities of the Ghetto on his new single. Over a beat from the One Up Production team, Bossman is joined by Scola of Dru Hill, who, gets his voice-box on; let’s just say T-Pain would be proud.
Written by Burmy on 03/24/08
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