Though his own debut album, South Central State of Mind, won’t be released until the end of the year, Nipsey Hussle has already begun hosting mixtapes for some of his favorite artists. Booth newcomer Yung Brodee, a fellow SoCal native who put in a cameo appearance on Bullets Ain’t Got No Name Vol. 3, has scored Hussle’s hosting services for his Famous Nobody mixtape, which comes complete with co-signs from Collie Budz, June Summers, and the rest of the All Money In crew. Making its world premiere here in the Booth, leaked cut What He On finds the emcee recounting his transition from the street hustle to the rap game over a Dre-esque piano-loop beat by RALO. Complete with a hook by singer Rimpau, this cut is sure to raise anticipation for the DJBooth.net-exclusive premiere of Brodee’s new street album. Keep it locked to our frontpage; Famous Nobody may arrive as early as next week!
Written by Burmy on 09/10/09
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