If you’re an avid viewer of The Wire, you probably know Panama as “‘that guy who kept beating up Bubbles.” Though it’s the Brooklyn-born, Baltimore-based emcee’s work on the silver screen that’s earned him the most recognition thus far, his contributions to the world of hip-hop will likely become his true claim to fame. On this leaked mixtape track, Panama’s first Booth feature, the up-and-comer demonstrates just how dedicated he is to the rap game, promising his doubters that he and his crew are going to, “Make It Last till we old as f*ck..” Producer Blackjab adds weight to the artist’s impassioned, direct yet poetic rhymes, serving up a sweeping, string-driven Chipmunk-soul beat sampled from the O’Jays’ classic cut You and Me. Like what you’re hearing? You’re in luck – Panama’s latest street album, Ring Side Seats: The Weigh In , dropped this past June and is available now online. Fans can also check out the official video for this track, which debuted back in September at BET.com.
Written by richard on 11/23/09
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