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U Wasn’t There – Cam’Ron & A-Trak

U Wasn’t There – Cam’Ron & A-Trak
U Wasn’t There – Cam’Ron & A-Trak
🚒1. This Is My City (Federal Reserve Version)
🔥2. All I Really Wanted
🔥3. Ghetto Prophets f. Conway the Machine
🔥4. Dipset Acrylics f. Mr. Vegas
💰5. Dame Skit f. Damon Dash
🔥6. Cheers
🔥7. Think Boy f. Jim Jones & Styles P
🚒8. What You Do f. Damon Dash 🐐🐐🐐🐐
🔥9. Dipshits f. Juelz Santana & Damon Dash
Project is why NY never sleeps. This counts as an acceptable answer to someone asking you what is it like in NY, or even Harlem. This is the godfather of flex rap doing what he does effortlessly, there isn’t a single bit on this that felt fake, cloned, or unauthentic. This is the creator of some of hip hops most original flows, cadences, and structures still being relevant now and doing what he does best even if he came out during the golden era. You got old drama, old come ups, new ones, you have that flash I was talking about, you got punchlines, and you have realism. Features were solid, hooks felt vintage, all the beats felt like things Hot 97 would abuse on the radio back in the day. This one was a good time. High key track 8, him saying he dodged either, and got head from Monica Lewinsky is top tier old school stuff that real hip hoppers always heard about but now we can somewhat confirm. Throw this on and aggressively let everyone in your field of view know how much money you got. In rotation.
9/10 – John D.
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