When we featured Carlito Rossi‘s D12-assisted Hater in the Club this past December… well, for starters, he was just called Carlito. In the Booth it picked up positive reviews, peaking at #9 on our Underground charts. As with most records this successful, a remix has followed. Right after Kon Artis, Kuniva, and Swift‘s original guest verses, a few other underground veterans step into the spotlight. After Philly’s Freeway, CTE West’s Roccett, and Chi-Towner Ca$his finish their rough and tumble verses, it’s back to Carlito, who spits a brand-new verse emphasizing that, no matter what, there’s always going to be at least one Hater in the Club. Fans of Carlito will be happy to hear that the New Jersey emcee will be taking part in our upcoming DJBooth Exclusive Freestyle Series.
Written by Burmy on 01/25/09
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"Life of Crimez ft. Shy Boogz" (2008)
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