Read what Y’allmustaforgotability means. Nor is his species new: There’s no way you could reasonably rank this above 60 percent with those three songs on the track list. Or sign in with a social account: So much so, that Behind Tint Vol. It has to be the work on “Back Trippin’,” though, considering the entire song is one long bar verse, it does have a bit of a leg up.
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So much so, that Behind Tint Vol. But he’s really seemed to capture the attention of “the slums” as of late. Best Verse on the Album: So why are we even talking about it?
We’ll defer back to “Back Trippin,” where, when talking about being hungry at Christmas time, he drops this doozy:. Most Expository Line on the Album: All-access pass to the top stories, events and offers around town.
Almost the entire album is littered with revealing bits about why and how guys that rob rob. It has to be the work on “Back Trippin’,” though, considering the entire song is one long bar verse, it does have a bit of a leg up. There’s no way you could reasonably rank this above 60 percent with those three songs on the track list.
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For all of the regional hokey-dokey rap stereotypes, Houston has churned out several legit gangster rappers. That’s like asking what’s the best Eric Roberts movie.
Pick any of them. J-Dawg first popped up at the very tail end tiny the ’90s, so he’s hardly new to the Houston rap biosphere. Don’t have an account yet? Best Song on the Album: By clicking ‘X’ or continuing to use the site, you agree to allow cookies to be placed. If you like this story, consider signing up for our email newsletters.
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