Big Boy Records back at it.
Around the mid 00’s, Jody Breeze used to be the co-leading member of Boyz ‘N’ Da Hood with Young Jeezy. He was a fairly talented rapper that easily held his own next to Jeezy back then, but never became the star that Jeezy is now. I’m not sure why. Maybe because he couldn’t find a really distinctive voice to put himself apart from a guy like T.I., while Jeezy immediately found his way on his first LP. Maybe because of shady business situations : His first album planned to be released in 2005, never came out. Here it is. It’s mostly produced by Jazze Pha, with two cuts by Mannie Fresh & one by Lil Jon and features from Jeezy Eightball, Trick Daddy, Slim Thug, Pastor Troy, Sean P,… Don’t expect any TM 101, but it’s a pretty cool album that deserved to be released.
ONP’s always good on sunday’s
Nightmare gang is a collaborative album between four Brick Squad Monopoly artists. But don’t get it confused, A-Wax is the real star here.
Former noise-rap group goes ratchet without loosing their exprmtl side. This is featured on the group’s second album, ‘CLPPNG’. It features a.o. Gangsta Boo, Guce and King T.
At this point, Nesby > Currensy
topdolla sweizy, “hundos” f/ young thug (2014)
thugga sounding like “weezy f baby please say the baby”-era wayne.
has always been kinda underrated. Here are two collaborations between an old & a less old rapper :
IceBerg - Player Party (Feat. JT Money & Young Trizo) : Miami’s leading local rap figure gets a feat from the city’s first great rapper. The beat is cardo-ish, the hook could’ve been better.
ps : check out this “props to our elders” video giving you a glimpse of Miami’s rap history.
Pure ana from Memphis.