As Jay-Z says, “it was all good just a week ago.” After Mr. West started his Good Friday series many rappers have picked up on the trend (although Crooked I’s Hip Hop Weekly was the OG of weekly series), including Houston representer Chamillionaire. Two weeks after he dropped When Ya On, the first of his Playlist Poison Series, today he follows up with This Is My World. Continuing the infectious hooks he’s been singing since the days of Get Ya Mind Correct, This Is My World starts off with Cham singing in his signature style, followed by a head-nodding verse. VMan Productions provides a guitar-heavy track with a bluesy influence, on which Cham and Mississippi newcomer Big K.R.I.T. lace verses about their plans for the future once they take over the world, while songstress Stephanie Tucker jumps in towards the end to assist Chamillionaire with the chorus. With two solid releases so far on Playlist Poison, one can only anticipate the forthcoming releases off the series and Chamillionaire’s upcoming album (hopefully Venom will strike someday).
Written by Ivan Ibarra on 02/6/11
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