If you ask anyone in America who grew up in the city where they’re from, they’ll probably include the side they represent along with their answer. Chicago’s North and South sides are very different from one another, as are each of the four directional areas of Atlanta. On his new song, 2 Sides, rapper Killer Mike discusses grown folk who claim to represent more than one side of their city. And in case you haven’t been following along, the act of dual representation is a no-no. Set to appear on the June 17 release of his new album, Pledge Allegiance To The Grind 2, 2 Sides also features Mike’s A-Town neighbor, Shawty Lo (who–thankfully–only appears on the song’s hook).
Written by DJ Z on 04/28/08
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