If you’re still not sure why MIMS was so hot in early ‘07, take heed: since releasing his slightly less successful follow-up single, Like This, the Manhattan MC has been hard at work on his sophomore album, tentatively titled Guilt. Taking advantage of the late Biggie‘s sizable following (set to get even bigger when Notorious hits theaters on Janaury 16), MIMS becomes the latest rapper to sample him in a chorus (This Far, Richer Than Richie, Untouchable), using a line from Gimme The Loot as the hook for his newest street single, Bread and Butter. Other than the interpolation, DJ Absolut‘s production is minimal, leaving the spotlight on MIMS’ all-over-the-place rhyme scheme. So, does the sophomore do the legend’s sample justice? You, the reviewers, decide…
Written by Burmy on 01/4/09
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