The word ‘victory’ has a storied place in hip-hop’s history, most memorably in the track Victory, which features the Notorious B.I.G., Busta Rhymes, and Diddy all discussing the ultimate cost of success. Across the globe, Frankfurt, Germany’s DJ Kitsune has decided to pick up the word to title his latest project, Victory: The Album, and has linked up with newly-independent Atlanta rapper, Stat Quo, who contributes the creativity so readily evident in his mixtapes. The result of hard work, dedication and go-get-‘em attitude, their collaborative cut, Unstoppable, is a Crada-produced A-Town street anthem in the making.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/27/08
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