Although Keak da Sneak represents the Bay Area and is one of the leaders of the Hyphy movement, the veteran rapper and his unique voice can easily adapt to many regional sounds. To demonstrate, Keak remixes his earlier hit That Go; while his verses and Mozart‘s beat remain intact, a favorite QB MC and LA producer have teamed up to give it their official blessing. While Prodigy spits perhaps his most radio-friendly verse to date, The Alchemist goes hard in his transition from the beats to the mic. Whatever way you look at it, though, That Go is a surefire banger for whips in the Bay and LA and all the way to NYC. Keak is set to drop his new album, Deified, on May 27.
Written by Burmy on 04/22/08
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