Shortly after Jay-Z negotiated his deal to start a Roc Nation imprint, questions arose regarding the future of Roc-A-Fella Records. In no time, Roc-A-Fella’s former umbrella label, Def Jam, announced that Beanie Sigel, DJ Clue, Kanye West, Memphis Bleek, and Uncle Murda would remain on the label, while Freeway, Peedi Peedi, Tru-Life, and the Young Gunz would become free agents. Obviously enjoying his newfound indie status, Young Chris has decided to celebrate, smoking a blunt that will take him on a trip all the way to Paradise. Hook vocals are contributed from Dominic and fellow herb aficionado Lil’ Wayne joins the smoking session and chops up 12 bars, once again proving he’s “high ‘till I die.”
Written by Burmy on 06/2/08
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Division 1/Universal Motown
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"Run To The Roc ft. Junior Reid" (2007)
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