If you want to survive in the mean streets, a firm grasp on G-code is absolutely vital. Not familiar? A listen to mixtape heavyweight DJ Kay Slay‘s latest single should set you straight. Over AraabMuzik‘s appropriately hard-hitting beat, Sheek Louch, Tony Yayo, Styles P, Lloyd Banks deliver a crash course in ‘hood Justice. Complete with a chorus by Raheem DeVaughn, this cut is one of many bangers set for inclusion on Kay’s yet-unscheduled studio album, Rhyme or Die; keep it locked for release details!
Written by richard on 10/11/11
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"The Last Lyricists ft. Big Lou, Papoose & Busta Rhymes " (2008)
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