Getting dropped from a label can make an artist mad, so it’s easy to understand Papoose‘s anger on Stylin’, the first cut released since his release from Jive Records last week. While refusing to name names, Pap calls out several disloyal people who started hating when he became famous (could a few Jive clients be among them?) There is some good to his anger though; Pap returns to his pre-Jive lyrical firepower and scooped up a jazzy beat from G-Unit co-founder Sha Money XL. Now, if only he can manage to stick to that style after getting a new deal…
Written by Burmy on 09/24/07
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