Coming off of his Block to the Yacht mixtape with Black Wall Street‘s Nu Jerzey Devil, Miami rapper Stack$ has teamed up with “Mr. Southern Smoke” DJ Smallz to bring out a new mixtape whose title, Smoke and Mirrors, will hopefully not take any ironic twists down the road. On one of the mixtape’s inclusions, Stack$ describes his flow as so strong it can leave weak ears Brainwashed. Inspired by Gee Futuristic‘s production, Stacks brings out some of his strongest lyricism to date, proving once again that anger can help you spit better rhymes. Hopefully we’ll hear more of that when Crazee & Confused is finally released.
Written by Burmy on 07/9/08
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