It’s as true in the music game as it is in the world of physics: What Goes Up must come down. On his first Booth feature and latest mixtape leak, new Aftermath artist and Dre protégé Slim the Mobster expresses his confidence that his day will come, flowing over production by Seige Monstrousity. Complete with guest bars by Snoop Dogg, this record will be featured on Slim’s Whoo Kid-hosted War Games street album, dropping in late October.
Written by richard on 10/6/11
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"Get Your Money Up" (2011)
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