After beginning his career as one half of the platinum-selling duo, Luniz (remember, I Got 5 On It?), East Oakland’s Yukmouth has gone on to have a successful career as underground solo artist. Already four albums deep while under the Rap-A-Lot banner, Yuk is ready to release his fifth offering, Million Dollar Mouthpiece. Proving not much has changed since he first started; Yuk brags about his heavy shine and swagger, a combination which supposedly makes the females turn their heads and say “Hey Boy.” While Matt Blaque handles the sung hook, the Slapboyz channel Cool & Dre‘s bass-bumping power. The grillman is putting in the finishing touches; get ready to pick up the Million Dollar Mouthpiece on February 12.
Written by Burmy on 02/6/08
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