Underutilized, yet highly appreciated hip-hop legend DJ Babu has crafted a serious candidate for nodfactor of the week with the simple yet effective My Opinion, featuring Aftermath’s own Bishop Lamont. Joining up with the Dilated Junkie on the forthcoming Duck Season 3, Lamont gives his opinion on the game. It’s real talk that should be appreciated by those who love this culture for what it’s worth, and not for what it costs. In my opinion, the game is already changing both for the better and the worse, and as a result this diamond in the rough won’t hold much crossover appeal for those who have counted the West Coast out as a major force in the rap game. As we approach October 28, Duck Season 3 is shaping up to be another crowning achievement from Dilated Peoples’ famous turntablist.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/2/08
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ABB/Beatjunkie Sound/Stones Throw/Nature Sounds
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"Dearly Departed ft. M.O.P." (2008)
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