The thing about educated rappers is that, no matter what they spit, they’ll sound like they’ve done their homework. Such is the case with Slauson representer, Nipsey Hussle. With an equal amount of work ethic and swag, the 22-year-old crafts an underdog anthem entitled All Money In. Off of his forthcoming Bullets Ain’t Got No Name (Vol. 2) mixtape, the ‘you-ain’t-like-me’ track featuring R&B crooner June Summers showcases the youngin’s gritty-yet-smooth flow. With the help of Bang Out Productions’ melodic street symphony, the record blends a ‘70s feel with the thump that only the West can cook up.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/9/08
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All Money In
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"They Roll ft. The Game" (2008)
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