Inspired by One Up Entertainment label mate, Bossman, and his record deal with So So Def, Baltimore MC Hots looks to help cement his city’s place on the hip-hop map with the upcoming Advanced Warning mixtape. Although his newest single contains no vulgarities, don’t make the mistake of thinking Hots is a clean-cut rapper. He details his deadly Vendetta for anyone who would dare trick him out of money on his new street single. Where Hots falls short (tired-sounding flow), One Up Ent. picks up the slack with a dark-sounding beat that contains a sample of 50 Cent‘s classic, Wanksta. Hopefully Hots will step up his lyrical game up in the future, lest the 410 will continue in its hip-hop obscurity.
Written by Burmy on 10/24/07
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