I’m not sure what the Maybach Music Group March Madness pool standings look like, but I think it’s safe to say Rick Ross is at the top. This is in spite of bracket busters like of Wichita St or FGCU, who are indeed not the subject of DJ Scream‘s new single National Champs. Here The Renegades cook up a hypnotizing beat, laden with a cutting drum section, atop which Rozay dons his familiarly raspy, boisterous flow, used to drop a few appropriate references (Nick Saban, DeMarcus Cousins, and Charlie Ward) to college athletics. Like Scream’s last star-studded feature, Cee-Lo, National Champs will appear on the DJ’s forthcoming Long Live The Hustle album.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/7/13
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