It’s a Cold World for those trying to make their way in the urban jungle. On I-20‘s latest mixtape single, the Southern street vet shows us just how chilly it can be, delivering his narrative bars over a gritty, soul-sampled instrumental by Madison fave DJ Pain1. Craving more fresh material from the Disturbing tha Peace rhymesayer? Then be sure to cop The Intermission, the official prelude to part three in his Celebrity Rehab series, when it arrives on the ‘net in the near future.
Written by richard on 06/20/12
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"Really Like Her ft. Ludacris & Rocko" (2008)
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