Following the increasing trend to produce a “sequel” album, Styles P. readies his fifth solo CD (and fourth in the last year), Supa Gangsta, Extraordinary Gentleman. Fittingly, the first single, Blow My Mind, sounds like Part 2 of Gangsta & A Gentleman‘s lead single, Good Times. Swizz Beatz is on the beat (similar to before) and the Ghost continues to rap about the thing he enjoys doing the most. Swizzy’s piano production gives Blow My Mind a lighter feel, an element that will allow for more listeners to enjoy it. Whichever song you think is better, the real test will come in November; Styles will release Supa Gangsta, Extraordinary Gentleman off Koch Records.
Written by Burmy on 09/20/07
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