After 15 years and four albums, Devin the Dude recently decided to part ways with his longtime home at Rap-A-Lot Records and to take his career to new heights (pun intended). Not very long after the split, everyone’s favorite oddball herb aficionado latched on with Warner distribution by inking a brand-new deal with Razor & Tie to distribute his fifth studio album, Landing Gear. On the album’s first single, the Houston emcee tells the tale of a night when his smoking and drinking got the best of him; after one too many blunts and Patron shots, he says I Can’t Make It Home. For more stories of high and wasted nights, clear your album deck for Landing Gear, scheduled to arrive on October 7.
Written by Burmy on 09/15/08
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