When at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. Despite scoring a lukewarm 2.5-star average rating for his last feature, Maino-assisted album leak Let ‘Em Lay, DJ Suss.One sounds as determined as ever on new street single That Work. The N.Y.C. native kicks his latest banger off by emphasizing just how serious he is about his music, and what follows certainly doesn’t lack intensity. Producer Reefa rises to the occasion with a bass-booming blend of synths and overdriven guitar, setting the stage for the hard-hitting rhymes of not one but five street mainstays: with Uncle Murda, Cassidy, Joell Ortiz, French Montana and Vado each firing off their most aggressive lyrical ammunition, That Work should spark some lively debate regarding who came out on top. If this attention-grabbing jam has succeeded in winning you over (or if you’ve been on board from the get-go), keep it locked for the latest on DJ Suss.One’s The Feature Presentation mixtape, which has yet to receive a release date from the label brass.
Written by richard on 05/18/10
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"Who Shot Ya 2K ft. Red Cafe, Uncle Murda & Maino" (2009)
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