Whether he’s rapping over a Just Blaze produced beat that screams east coast or melody from The Runners that scream dirty south, one thing is clear: Jadakiss can spit. On his newest offering Down South, a collaboration with D-Block mate Sheek Louch and Miamian Rick Ross, might be uncharacteristic of the New York born rapper, but shows his diversity and range. After Kissing The Game Goodbye and blowing the Kiss of Death, Jada simply wants everyone to Kiss My Ass. Look to pucker up later this year.
Written by DJ Z on 06/1/07
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