Though Derty Den expanded beyond the usual Dirty South lyrical topics of money, jewels, and females on previous features Reality, Street Dreaming, and Industry Need Me, all three received mixed reviews from our readers. On his fourth Booth feature, Dirty Den adopts a more typical sound as he shows off all the Fly Sh*t he rocks every day. Gorilla Zoe’s raspy verse-and-a-half brings the big-name guest feature appeal, but Manifest‘s beat is the highlight, pairing high-powered bass with a sample from Jay-Z‘s Party Life (off his widely-praised American Gangster). If you’re a fan of Southern bangers, you’re sure to enjoy Fly Sh*t, while those who preferred his more lyrically-driven records should check back with with us this spring for Den’s contribution to our exclusive freestyle series.
Written by Burmy on 04/2/09
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