Sunday, 8 May 2011
Bigger and deffer
It used to be that rap sequel songs were generally little more than so-so cash-in singles (*1) and half-arsed album fillers, but the official follow-up rap joint has thankfully improved in the years since with the likes of Da Art Of Storytellin' Part 2 and the clandestine part 3 that is Knowing (the overrated Part 4 can slurp on a herpes infected dick, though), It Ain't Part 2, Losing Weight 2 and 'Bout It, 'Bout It Part 3, Box Chevy 3, parts 2 and 3 of The Militia, the video mix of The Hardest, Air Forces 2, Why U Bullshittin' 2 and Still Rather Give U My Bitch, Mr. Flamboyant 2k11, What Your Life Like 2 and Tales Of A Hustler 2, Bank Roll 2 and this spin-off of Webbie & Boosie's classic Do It Big from last year's Trill Fam All Or Nothing compilation, which I'm upping because the original Do It Big has appeared in no less than 3 posts here recently and I don't recall anybody else posting this when it totally rules :
Webbie ft. Lil' Phat & Birdman - Do It Bigger
(From All Or Nothing; 2010)
This really should've featured some sort of Boosie vocals from the vaults, but Webbie pulling the same talking-to-someone-on-the-phone-rapping trick that Biggie used on Warning, my current favourite weedcarrier Lil' Phat continuing to sweep through Trill Entertainment posse cuts as the key supporting performer like he's some sort of John Cazale of Louisiana rap, and the surprise inclusion of Baby will suffice quite nicely instead. If Trill's owners Turk and Mell should happen to stumble upon this post then I'd just like to point out that I'm posting this to promote your shit, so plz don't have me shot in the head like you did to Beelow when you caught him bootlegging Boosie's albums after his rap career had withered.
(*1) : Of course there were glaring exceptions to this rule like Message II (Survival) and Girls Part 2