In an industry flooded with countless dime-a-dozen rappers, it has become the job of the consumer to pluck out those emcees who actually take the time to pen thoughtful and creative material (usage of the word ‘rhymes’ would have been more clever here, but after this short explanation the point should be clear). Thus, it makes perfect sense that on the remix to Fat Joe’s current single, Ain’t Sayin Nuthin, two of the rap game’s biggest lyrical savants were asked to bring their talents to the table. Packaged as the appetizer and main course, Lil’ Wayne and The Game spit hot flames on the song’s opening verses, while Fat Joe bring up the rear for some last verse dessert (there were a few accidental jokes in that last line). The underperforming ninth studio album of Joey Crack’s career, Elephant In The Room, is out now.
Written by DJ Z on 06/11/08
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