Continuing Florida’s breakthrough into the hip-hop scene, Orange County’s Dirty Gee is ready to represent for all the “real gangstas” and tell us why on his new album, Gangsta As I Wanna Be. And who better to scoop up for his first single than fellow Florida representative, Plies? Together the two MCs cast away on a musical mission to expose the fakes and shut down their Million Dollar Talk. While Dirty Gee’s voice will invoke thoughts of a less gruff Gorilla Zoe, Plies continues to improve as an MC with a swagger-filled 16 bars over producer AJ‘s high-snyth, rolling drum-machine beat. Several of DJBooth’s recent underground charting hits have come from the Sunshine State; will Dirty Gee be next?
Written by Burmy on 03/12/08
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