"Do not spread false reports. Do not help a wicked man by being a malicious witness. - Exodus 23:1
Pusha T puts out this record as a reality check for anyone signed to YMCMB. You know, the label w/ Lil Wayne, Drake, Young Money, etc. I think the beef is unnecessary to air it out considering that we know 99.9% of the music industry is pure entertainment and completely based on experiences and other peoples stories. 99.9% may be an over exaggeration, but the diss is real and Lil Wayne's comeback was wack as hell. LOL! Hip-Hop strives, and no one is safe. Shout out to the director Samuel Rogers for delivering an eye-opening video.
Posted by Dex Beats at 12:08 PM
Kendrick's hook and monotone verse is just too ill. Over all I fucks with this record. I really appreciate E-40 collaborating with all the ill upcoming artist in Cali. Salute!!
Posted by Dex Beats at 11:37 AM
The Jealous Guys drops a powerful message if you allow it. Not only does the video look amazing (s/o David Laven & Will) but the record is solid. Expect more work from The Jealous Guys, this is very much just the tip of the iceberg with a very impressive foundation.