This past July, Dipset rapper Freeky Zeeky released his debut album, Book Of Ezekiel. The LP, released through Asylum, sold fewer than 10,000 first week copies and failed to ever generate a buzz. While the label didn’t have the highest of expectations for the release, the Harlem-born rapper (real name Ezekiel Jiles) hasn’t let the disappointment fester. Back up on his horse (or in the studio for lack of a better analogy) and raring to go, Zeeky is joined by singer Sen for the cut, Gimme Some. The production, which sounds jacked from Timbaland, is a million miles away from the traditional Dipset sound, but when you need a change in style who better to rip off, right?
Written by DJ Z on 11/29/07
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