It may go without saying that people who ain’t Erick Sermon ain’t Erick Sermon, but it’s rare we get to hear a hip-hop legend state the obvious in as dope a fashion as the EPMD alum does on new mixtape single N*ggaz Ain’t Me. The headliner does double-duty on the mic and behind the boards, flipping a sample from soul singer Dennis Edwards 1984 single Don’t Look Any Further into a retro-chic backdrop for his braggadocious rhymes, as well as those of heavyweight guest Rick Ross. Like what you’re hearing? Then keep it locked for release details on Sermon’s forthcoming, Funkmaster Flex-hosted Breath of Fresh Air mixtape, set to drop “soon.”
Written by richard on 05/26/11
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