The newest rapper to attempt a revival of the West Coast hip-hop scene is Watts’ Jay Rock, and by the sound of things, he knows it will take some work. Jay gives a blow-by-blow account of his lifestyle, during a ride in his beach cruiser, on the new song, California Soul. Meanwhile, Compton’s premier gunner The Game shows some California love by chipping in a hook that describes just how quickly his new sound is spreading. While Cali Soul might not be a smash-hit single, something tells us Jay Rock has other motives (which should be met here).
Written by Burmy on 01/28/08
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