Despite a four-year gap between projects (his last solo effort, Hustla’s Handbook, was released in ‘05 via Capitol Records), former Westside Connection member (along with Ice Cube and WC) and gold-selling solo artist Mack 10 is now excitedly gearing up for the independent release of his ninth studio album, Soft White. On newly-leaked cut Hood Famous, the Inglewood native laughs in the face of our current economic recession, letting his female fans know that, “I’ma take your ass out and f*ck off some more cash.” On hook duty is D.C. crooner (and current Capitol Records artist) J. Holiday, who reminds all the ladies that they would be better off with someone “...who everyone knows,” and providing dreamy slow-jam boardwork is fellow Left Coaster and twelve-year production veteran, Fingazz. While it’s hard to believe that Mack 10, who hasn’t put out a project in so long, could be so careless with his funds; there’s no question that, on September 29th, fans of the fifteen-year veteran will be waiting in line to pick up a copy of Soft White.
Written by DJ Z on 09/3/09
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