Since her ‘02 mega-hit My Neck, My Back first hit airwaves, Tampa rapper Khia has had a difficult time keeping her career afloat. Death rumors, beef with fellow Floridian femcees (Trina and Jacki-O), and the poor sales of Gangstress aside, Khia’s determination landed her a deal to release her third album, Nasty Muzik, with the steady-floundering Big Cat Records. As if the label’s business practices weren’t shady enough (the label released an unauthorized Gucci Mane album), they’ve remixed What They Do by replacing a verse from Young Snead with a new version by the Thug Missez. Hate it, love it, or don’t care, Nasti Muzik hits store shelves in the spring.
Written by Burmy on 02/6/08
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