Having picked up plenty of buzz with his Bullets Ain’t Got No Name mixtape series, West Coast MC and good friend of the Booth Nipsey Hussle is ready to get back to work securing a solid drop date for his full-length debut, South Central State Of Mind. Hussle’s devoted followers may recognize his newest single from Volume 2 of the BAGNN series. Roll The Windows Up is a bona fide West Coast banger, complete with a percussion-heavy beat by Detroit Red, a hook by K. Young, and a middle verse from the Slauson Boyz (the Booth definitely has its eye on them). What’s different this time around is that the Los Angeles native adds a third verse, complete with various similes describing his laid-back lifestyle. Hussle’s earned considerable reader acclaim on previous features, and there’s no reason this record shouldn’t continue his streak of impressive reader reviews and chart performance. As of press time, South Central State Of Mind has no set release date.
Written by Burmy on 04/6/09
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