Save for two albums’ worth of unreleased material, Turk‘s voice has been absent from the hip-hop game for the last nine years, while the Southern vet served a prison sentence on drug, firearm and attempted murder charges. Now that he’s out (as of October 2012), he’s expecting everyone to Zip It and listen to what he has to say. To make sure he’s got our undivided attention, the Cash Money alum has recruited two of his Hot Boys co-founders for a freshly-released remix off his forthcoming street album. Over the ominous, trunk-rattling production of Lil Lody, Turk, Lil Wayne and Juvenile thoroughly school us on what that street sh*t’s about. While the currently-incarcerated B.G.‘s absence is felt, lovers of New Orleans hip-hop will undoubtedly enjoy this musical blast from the past. Turk’s Blame It on the System tape as yet lacks a drop date; keep your browsers locked you-know-where for the latest news and tunes.
Written by richard on 01/3/13
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