Although it’s the third-largest city in Florida, Tampa somehow lacks major representation on the hip hop map (sit down, Khia). Underground rapper Hunt, a Tampa native, seems to think he can change that quickly. Knowing the best chance for a local rapper to come up is by collabing with a big name, Hunt enlists UGK street veteran Bun B for the gutter, Guerilla Soldiers. Both artists utilize a lot of skill, while Hunt stays away from tired hood clichés. Yet, by the end of the song, the legend outshines the newcomer once again. Nonetheless, Hunt definitely sounds like the kind of rapper that can put a city on his back, giving the 813 some much needed hope.
Written by Burmy on 10/10/07
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