posted Monday November 19, 2012 at 07:16AM PST | 19 comments
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Cap 1 f. 2 Chainz – "#NAWSWEAR"
MANN - "F.Y.N.C"
Earlly Mac f. Chuck Inglish & Dusty McFly – "F*ck The Hook"
Real Deal f. Cortez, Jonny Storm & Daylyt - "Back To This Money"
Baeza f. E-40 - “Striktly Business"
Chief keef taking shit over!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Shit is fire
This fool should go back to shooting innercity youth because he cant rap for shit.
How can an A&R can sign such a wack rapper ??? I'm not hatin but come on dude sounds like he's mentally disabled ! this is getting worst and worst...waist of money...such a shame when you think there are so much rappers who are waiting for a breakthrough
Chief Keef is the GOAT. 5/5
I would ride to this
haha, finally can let the music speak for itself.... WACK.
FINALLY RICH, BALL LIKE IM KOBE best 2 on dis
to have those old ass songs on your album is ridicolous... who does that ?
the next pac
Kobe needs to be on this shit
I dont think its terrible.. The kid can obviously make a catchy hook thats why hes signed but why do you gotta auto tune all that shit? I cant stand that autotune. I give it 2/5. Its not bad, just not my style.
Wow a label invested in this. A Gad Daymn Shame
Releasing this album is irresponsible. I understand this guy had a hit, but why take someone you know will only sell to a small group of people and who is clearly not talented enough to last and/or crossover. What happened to getting good artists that are more likely to last and in turn make the labels more money instead of these quick money artists who end up costing them money. To quote Chief Keef himself, "this shit don't make no sense." I'm glad he's getting money, but this is counterproductive to music and culture. #trollmeimreadyforyou
get the fuck outta here with this poems
hmmm.... perfect example of why labels are failing, they did no homework on this dude and definitely did not A&R him, terrible.