(From Bricks In My Backpack 2 - Powder To The People mixtape; 2011)
He doesn't step on Troy's toes on his own shit, but Prodigy is a welcome presence for the first time since It's A Body, which is fitting since Dirty Martini sounds like it emerged from the same toxic N.Y sewage pipe as Box Cutters, and I guess it makes some sort of weird sense that if you want the logical continuation of Q.B Dunn-Rap in 2011 then you have to look further afield to Atlanta, Chicago and, in the case of Troy, um, Brooklyn. This isn't the most realistic Rap video you'll ever see, because one imagines Brooklyn's core-clientele of brick buyers nowadays would be the Pitchforkreviewsreviewstumblr dude and a posse of moustachioed white ppl in waxed Barbour jackets, but let's not allow gentrification statistics to ruin a Shangri-La of white gurl, guns, girls with guns, John Carpenter movie soundtrack type sonics and a Main Ingredient sample.
Man I fuck with this song heavy but someone has no idea what "on the rocks" means.
Check out this song from the first "Bricks In My Backpack" mixtape with the same sample as "What's Going On, Black"
I like that. The Street Car Named Desire joint on the 2nd BIMB 'tape with that Mila Brown chick on it is good too.
dirty martini is very dope... and theres something so gangster standing on the corner in ur jordan flipflops...
Like this but that Nino Brown jawn is great too!
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