This next song is dedicated to the Ndamukong Suh’s and Rasheed Wallace’s of the world. Those who feel the need to get aggressive and downright dirty (similar to our examples) are advised to keep Young Jeezy’s Foul Play on repeat. Handling production duties on this brash, defiant cut, Drumma Boy cooks up a hi-octane, relentless trap beat. The only thing more commanding than the instrumental is Jeezy’s boisterous, raspy flow. The rapper-turned-A&R-turned-rapper cranks it up a notch with some unapologetic, hostile bars that hammer home the record’s sock-you-in-the-mouth vibe. Foul Play is slated to appear on Jeezy’s forthcoming It’s The World Vol. 2 tape, due out in late November.
Written by Lucas G. on 11/13/13
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