As one of the most respected underground Hip-Hop artists in the East Coast, Bed-Sty rapper Papoose combines innovation, creativity and mad street smarts into his lyrical word play. Produced by the legendary Dr. Dre on his upcoming album Nacirema Dream (coming at you in Fall of 2007), Drop It, with a guest appearance by Busta Rhymes, matches Papoose’s intelligence and talent with his politics and art, and then raises the stakes. If this song had directions, it would say: Play, and then think.
Written by jackson on 05/21/07
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