In your average city, you can get away with rolling down the street in a beat-up bucket. In A-Town, that sh*t’ simply ain’t gonna fly. On newly-selected single The Way We Ride, Hustle Gang head honcho T.I. fills outsiders in on how things are done ‘round his way: “Swinging through in something new, top down, riding clean.” Of course, looking good is only half the picture. To really dazzle onlookers, you need a quality beat blasting from your sound system; 1500 or Nothin’ and The Futuristiks booming, synth-laced boardwork here most definitely fits the bill. An unknown director’s mildly trippy official visuals corroborate Tip’s claims to flyness. For Way We Ride and many more trunk bangers, cop Trouble Man: Heavy Is the Head, available in stores and online as of December 2012.
Written by richard on 10/28/13
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