Like it or not, Rick Ross knows how to market his Maybach Music Group in its infant stages. Recent signees dropping new or reworked tracks, the chain glimmering in each new music video shot states that Ross is leading this luxury vehicle the same way Master P led No Limit in its glory days. Originally thought to be left behind with the wave of new guys coming in, MMG’s crooner Masspike Miles re-releases his own Little Soldier apparently primarily because the song just means that much to him. Originally leaked in August, the beefed up Soldier finds Miles using his trembling vocals over Surefire Music Group’s plodding drums and snares to explain the tale of a man and a woman lost in their own misfortunes (one by being a dead beat & the other by living a chaste life). It’s actually a welcome track and proves that Miles‘ The Road Less Traveled EP may stretch his talents far beyond a hook for his boss, but with all the action going on around him, here’s hoping it’s not a project that gets lost in the shuffle.
Written by Brando on 04/24/11
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