With the name of his Disturbing Tha Peace general currently spelled out in lights, Call Up the Homies co-star Willy Northpole has positioned himself as next-up for MVP of the successful boutique Def Jam South label. After Hood Dreamin’ with B.o.B., Northpole runs up in folks’ chicken coops on the newest album inclusion to be featured inside the Booth, Drive By Music. Over producer Reefa’s sticky-icky goodness, the Phoenix Sun goes straight Amare Stoudemire for the pimps, hustlers and thugs who need something to ride to. Tha Connect, Northpole’s debut album, is due out on the tail-end of the first quarter, but you can expect plenty more from the tatted-up emcee before it drops.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 11/18/08
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Disturbing Tha Peace/Def Jam
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Body Marked Up" (2008)
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