Think Juelz Santana‘s coming too hard? The Harlem rhymesayer begs to differ—according to his latest mixtape single, it’s his competition that’s too Soft. The artist’s first DJBooth feature since January 2010’s Home Run, this street-ready selection sees the Dipset affiliate examining both the positive and negative sides of the titular adjective, luxuriating in the texture of the leather seats in his whip while excoriating sucker emcees for their lack of backbone. Joining the headliner over Young Shun‘s synth-percussion boardwork, Ricky Rozay, Meek Mill and Fabolous provide aggressive, braggadocious guest bars. Feeling it? You can expect more bangers where this came from on forthcoming street album God Will’n, scheduled for digital release on the 14th.
Written by richard on 01/9/13
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"The Second Coming ft. Just Blaze" (2007)
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