There was no need to drop the “Mad” from his name because no one comes harder with the lyrics and punch lines than Skillz, and he does nothing but shine, with The Roc’s Freeway, on his new joint Don’t Act. These two contrasting styles couldn’t have complimented each other better as the pair go back and forth in a Red & Meth fashion, showing off their already polished rhyming expertise. Don’t Act may not be the club banger of the century, but the track’s wordplay and snappy beat could definitely help it find some radio love among play lists full of dance songs.
Written by Lochy N. on 04/20/07
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"07 Rap Up (Rose Version)" (2007)
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