I'm old enough to remember when Three 6 Mafia made good music. Luckily, Juicy J shows he is still capable on this Wiz Khalifa collaboration. This song sounds exactly as one may anticipate, which in this case, is a very good thing. Has the throwback Three 6 anthem feel, with the newness of #Taylorgang bitch-slapping some freshness into it. The beat, while being uptempo and bouncy maintains an irresistable smoothness to it; call it audio cocoa butter. Wiz is slowly reminding me of a new
high young Nate Dogg with seemingly a new catchy hook every other week. While this would've been PRIME back in the summer with all the windows down, better late than never. Shit I'm from Michigan, I can roll around windows down in the middle of winter and not be a giant pussy about it.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
This is just random as hell because this morning I was tweeting about a bunch of 90s rappers and where the hell they all went. For the most part Busta has kept his longevity. He's definitely a legend in the game but let's be real, the last year or so he's been on Milk Box MISSING status. This song wasn't what I expected at all, but the tempo grows on you after awhile. More than anything I have it on repeat for 50's hilarious hook. Tell me why it sounds like he was half asleep on the couch while he recorded this? Wyclef... electric guitars are nice and all but you're at about a 10 right now, I need you at about a 4.. thanks.
#Shoutout to the picture of Bussa Buss and 50 cent pre