Wherever there is a hip-hop site with artist features, there is sure to be plenty of haters (believe me, the DJBooth is no exception). Just ask Chamillionaire, who collects some of his critics’ most-used lines—same old rhyme scheme, repetitive topical choices—and spits them back out (over Three 6 Mafia’s Sugar Daddy instrumental) on Internet Nerd’s Revenge. Listeners who know a thing or two about Koopa shouldn’t be surprised by the song’s shocking ending; the Houston emcee has always added creative twists to his music, as well as online promotions and street team marketing. Mixtape Messiah 4 is available for download on Chamillionaire’s official website.
Written by Burmy on 08/26/08
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