Previously heard mixing Hebrew (and Spanish) into his rhymes on Span-Hebrish, Jersey representative once again draws inspiration from his Jewish roots on his contribution to Peter Rosenberg‘s forthcoming Pop Chips mixtape. Over Brent Sinatra‘s funky boardwork (complete with a Homeboy Sandman-sampled hook), the Jersey repper holds a full-blown lyrical Bars Mitzvah. It’s not your tranditional coming-of-age ceremony, but the record’s dopeness can’t be denied—if you’re digging it, download the free What’s Poppin’ mixtape available now.
Written by richard on 09/9/11
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"All These Years" (2011)
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