Now that he’s carved out his niche on the national scene, MGK is looking to bring exposure to some of his talented neighbors. And what better topic for the Bad Boy recording artist to bond with his fellow Cleveland reppers over than their shared affection for females of the Ratchet variety? On a new video single off DJ E-V‘s forthcoming compilation, JP Did This 1‘s Southern street production bangs in the back as Kelly, Ray Jr., Tezo, Dub-O, JP and Pooh Gutta celebrate the ‘hood chicks in their lives. Lest anyone get confused about what kind of women they’re referring to, Purple Films provides a helpful visual aid. Fans can expect more bangers from the Forest City’s best and brightest on B*tch Im From Cleveland 3, which has yet to receive a drop date. Keep it locked for the latest!
Written by richard on 01/10/13
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