D-Block veterans Jadakiss and Styles P. join Houston MC, Trae, for the down-trodden, Smile. Used as a reminder, that no matter how rough it gets you need to smile, the three MCs take turns telling individual tales of struggle. Found on Trae’s new Rap-A-Lot Records album, Life Goes On, the collaboration should help Trae appeal to a larger audience outside of his native, Texas.
Written by DJ Z on 06/25/07
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