Since he released My Ghetto Report Card in ‘06, E-40 has been enjoying a career comeback of sorts. After Tell Me When To Go helped to kick-start a nationwide hyphy trend, and U And Dat started the industry trend of recruiting T-Pain for a hook, the Oakland legend is looking to keep his trend setting streak alive as he approaches his eleventh studio album, The Ball Street Journal. A la When To Go, the 40-year old 40 Water grabs up his BME boss, Lil’ Jon, and together they start a new dance move called the Turf Drop. As 40 leads the crowd, Jon accents with a hyphy-style beat and multiple ad libs. For more street sounds, check out The Ball Street Journal, gearing up to hit music stands later this year.
Written by Burmy on 02/17/08
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"Talk Hard" (2006)
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