“You fakin’ it/I’m livin’ it…” is Prodigy‘s message to Hollywood emcees and Rick Ross-type street dudes with no credibility. The currently-imprisoned, Queens-bred storyteller may be behind metal bars, but that hasn’t stopped him from linking up with Un Pacino to Shed Thy Blood. Produced by Jake One, this grungy single is straight from the H.N.I.C.’s latest effort, Product of the 80’s, due out this October. The war is still on as one of the illest to come out of New York spits a crack cocaine flow. With guest appearances from Big Twins, P adds fuel to the fire with his against-the-grain gripes with Barack Obama and the rest of the “plastic Presidents.” Hopefully, a former one not named Hussein (Jay-Z), doesn’t find a way to “Joe Budden” his next album, because the folks at DJBooth still hold it down for the Mobb.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 09/17/08
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