To be clear, we here at The DJBooth in no way advocate robbing a Dollar General store…but before you do, you might just want to watch Stevie Stone‘s latest video. Built off a darkly pacing beat from WillPower (for SupaHotBeats), Dollar General is a cinematically criminal flick that finds Stone laying down his best narrative raps as he tells the tale of some (small scale) Ocean’s Eleven-esque action he and the partners have planned. And as luck would have it, those partners include Yelawolf on the hook, with Rittz serving as lookout. For more outlaw hip-hop be sure to cop Stone’s latest album, Tech N9ne Presents Rollin’ Stone, out now via Strange Music and featuring guest appearances from Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, Hopsin and more.
Written by Nathan S. on 07/27/12
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