Wow, I mean seriously wow. I know many musicians (especially when they start out) rap about how great they are but T.I is like 50 in Hip-Hop years and he is STILL trying to tell me about how cool he is with tired Gucci, money and “bitches” references and Rick Ross sounds like he just climbed 800 flights of stairs. The beat I liked though, it sounds like a gothic church choir/Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise”. Then to top off this thing, the n-word is repeated for like an entire minute. This whole track is a hot mess, an insult, uninspired and way too long. [Stream Via Nah Right]:http://www.urb.com/files/2010/09/T.I.-feat.-Rick-Ross-Pledge-Allegiance-To-The-Swag-Prod.-by-J.U.S.T.I.C.E.-League-Mastered.mp3|titles=T.I.
Kanye West teams up with so many people on this track I was surprised Susan Boyle wasn’t humming in it. Check out Kanye West’s “Monster” which is part of his promised one new song every Friday deal.
So if Rick Ross and the ghost of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. somehow had a child together, what would that golden boy sound like? Booming and raspy with a heaping plate full of soul, truth and gravy? You got it. Now, none of the lovely folks here at URB are scientists, but when Sean Falyon opens his mouth and wipes the floor with most of the game, it lends some damn near concrete evidence that the far-fetched scenario this review started out with is very possible. This Philly-to-Atlanta transplant has a sound that is distinct and has a great story to tell: his own. Over hard beats from the likes of Shiz Raw, The WeatherMen and SLADE (amongst others), Sean tells stories of the struggle as an artist, a variety of interactions/situations with the fairer sex and losing those …
Thanks to the recent leak of Hov’s unreleased verse from Ricky’s all-star banger, my patna B Sykes was able to put his Pro Tools game to work and splice together a flawless mix of the song — the way it should’ve originally been heard (imo of course). Enjoy.
A MajorWaves Exclusive
Atlanta natives, Raye Rich & 1st Down of FKi release their new mixtape, Blue Steel 2.0. The new project is an update from their previous release, featuring old classics as well as new songs with Slim Thug, Rick Ross, Mickey Factz, XV, Rob Roy and more. Download Blue Steel 2.0 now. The link and back cover after the jump.