If Smashtime Radio was comparable to The L.O.X.‘s most recent business moves, then Hova is a lot smarter than people give him credit for. Off the Grand Theft Auto 10 mixtape, Big Mike and DJ Thoro link up with fellow DJ (and producer), Clinton Sparks, as he cooks up a Yonkers bonker room for Sheek Louch and Styles P to go gonzo in. Confidence oozes from this gutter joint, as a rejuvenated Silverback Gorilla is joined by his D-Block brethren. With schizoid flows, the two New York representatives let listeners in on what could be coming next… a long-awaited L.O.X. project. Following the winter release of their partner-in-rhyme Jadakiss’s album, Kiss My Ass, listeners and loyalists might just get what they’ve been waiting for.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/7/08
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