One of the most widely-acclaimed mixtape series in the history of hip-hop is the Clipse’s We Got It 4 Cheap, hosted by DJ and producer Clinton Sparks. Fittingly, as Sparks prepares to take center stage with the ‘09 release of his Get Familiar mixtape, he has chosen Malice and Pusha T to assist on his new single. Fans of the long-running series will love this new offering; a hard-hitting beat by Sparks and sharp lyricism from the brothers Clipse prove beyond the shadow of a doubt that the collaborators Still Got It 4 Cheap. A Pharrell sample, lifted from his hook on Fam-Lay’s Da Beeper Record, completes the record. In need of a another fix before the project drops? Check out Sparks’ production work on Ludacris single Call Up The Homies, off the recently-released Theater of the Mind.
Written by Burmy on 12/7/08
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