Last week, Chamillionaire joined a growing list of emcees (and singers) who have freestyled over Lil’ Wayne’s A Milli. Since the Booth vowed to lay the overused Bangladesh beat to rest, we did not feature Cham’s version. However, we never said a thing about rapping over Nas’s current single, Hero. For nearly four full minutes, Cham lays down curse-free, thought-provoking and mildly controversial freestyled rhymes over the original production of Polow Da Don. Following the release of his highly-disappointing (but gold-certified) sophomore set, Ultimate Victory, this past fall, Chamillionaire is set to drop the fourth edition of his Mixtape Messiah series on August 27.
Written by DJ Z on 07/13/08
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