What's more, they haven't even fiddled with the beat and buggered up the song in the process, a lesson Ski-Beatz could've learned a thing or five from on 24 Hour Karate School. Pity that sequel to How Ya Do Dat on the Bleed album features Tech 9ne and Brotha Lynch Hung instead of more suited rappers like fellow resurgent former-No Limit sparring partner Fiend and heritor to the Young Bleed flow $tarlito, but the first single is great and going by the snippets it sounds like there's going to be some joints on there, particularly Walk Like Uh Husala, so I'm stoked.
Now, if only we could get the non-bowdlerized version of that other song featuring Young Bleed which first appeared as a badly encoded Youtube video in 2006 :
Big Mike & Six-2 ft. Young Bleed - Down Home
(From Lethal Ent. Greatest Hits Vol.1; 2011)
More good news - I think that label who put the LL and K Def 10" are going to put out some of the unreleased Real Live stuff.
..which hopefully will include that Real Live + Pretty Tone Capone joint.
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