Wale continues the grind and drops a visual for his latest street track.
This shit Bangin right here…Production on point!!! Flows Sic!!!!!I like these Guyz!! MMG on da Rise.. Im liking how Rick Ross done built his brand and now building MMG… I support The Movement!!!! It’z A Business Man!!
He was outshone by Lloyd Banks, who may have stealthily become the most important rapper in New York — last year his “Beamer, Benz or Bentley” was a local anthem; this year he’s got “Start It Up.” It’s worth noting that major labels have done little for these two: Mr. Banks’s success came after parting ways with Interscope, and Fabolous’s recent surge has been completely on the back of his mixtapes.
The purest New York moment of the night came during Mr. Banks’s set, when Mobb Deep emerged with “Shook Ones Pt. II.” Ten years ago Jay-Z used the Summer Jam bully pulpit to attack Prodigy of Mobb Deep, showing a childhood picture of that rapper dressed for dance class in a leotard. Prodigy’s emergence here — after a recent stint in prison, and with Jay-Z nowhere in sight — was a small piece of turf reclaimed.-New York Times
Remember me saying this last week, Navjosh?
Yes I remember. Lol
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