Thought success would cause Yung Texxus to stray from his roots? Think again—on newly-leaked album cut Neva Change the Lone Star State emcee (and freestyle series alum) proves that he’s still the same G he always was, flowing over the bombastic, brass-sampled boardwork of Tone Beats. For more, check out Texxus’ forthcoming Throwaways III: The Final Chapter compilation when it arrives on iTunes next month.
Written by richard on 09/13/11
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Desert Storm/State City Music/Green City
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Buss It Open (Remix) ft. Yung Joc" (2008)
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