In 1993, Ice Cube released the hit single It Was a Good Day, a track about an ideal day in Cube’s life where nobody got shot or killed. Fourteen years later, enter independent Miami rapper Webbz and one Helluva Day. From his breakfast in the morning to his studio session later in the day, Webbz ignores all his haters along the way. Sunshine State neighbor, Flo Rida, assists with a story of a similar day (which surprisingly doesn’t include birthday cake) and shows off his multi-level talents. Although it doesn’t quite match up to Cube’s earlier tale, it’s always refreshing to hear about the ‘good days’ in an era full of depressing gangster talk. For that alone, Helluva Day deserves major props.
Written by Burmy on 12/16/07
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