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3di$on addresses the issue of the value of money on this 10-track EP by giving listener a perspective of looking at the affect of money through the eyes of a kid who grew up poor and around people who would do anything for a dollar.
He not only talks about the psychological aspects of being in lower class, but also the consequences and difficulties of being in that position. From the intro R.E.M (Rapid Eye Movement) to the outro Time is Money, listener will be taken on a journey to hopefully be able to develop a keen sense of understanding when it comes to struggle.
Northwest Division sharpen their skills on their latest project and first ever mixtape, hosted by one of Vancouver’s most prolific men on the decks, DJ Flipout.
Stay Sharp packs a heavy punch into six tracks while Junk and Hungry come with the fierce rhymes that feel so natural. They spit over some of the game’s hottest beats from Schoolboy’s “There He Go” to Rich Homie’s “Type Of Way”.
With South Tampa’s music scene silently on the rise, one female artist stands out from the crowd. OG Layla Johnson. If you’re familiar with her musical influences, it should come as no surprise that she picked a 90′s inspired record for her newest single.
Layla perfectly utilizes Craig Mack’s classic “Flava In Ya Ear” instrumental to ride over and let the men out here know that she isn’t the one to play with.
Keeping it consistent, 43k’s own RudeBoy Bambino delivers his latest visual “Olympic” featuring 43k member Kurrentz off his mixtape Cozy Habits which is available on livemixtapes. Peep the Bronx native doing his thing in Houston and enjoy.