With little money to pay big name producers, labels often defer to their artists’ deep pockets to help pay the bills. Always known to flaunt his wealth, rapper Rick Ross had no problem snatching up two major beat makers to assist with the Drought. As Ross raps about the usual, both Lil’ Jon & Mannie Fresh provide their respective talents on a low-bass beat and infectious hook. While it’s still unclear whether Drought will be a track on the up-coming Trilla, it is an excellent record to bump out of your car speakers. Trilla was recently pushed back from December 18th to February 19th.
Written by Burmy on 12/3/07
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