The only shit I've really heard of his is just the verse on Jellysickle which was tight but I wanna know his music better before I see him in concert. What's his overall best album and I'll give that a listen.
How can you not take 40 serious? He's one the best rappers in the game and has been doing it FOREVER. He's still relevant. He's hella unique, just like Tech. And just like Tech, he's a living legend. All his albums are dope. If you dont like old school west coast, mob style beats, then check out Ghetto Report Card, Ball Street Journal & Revenue Retrieven. If you do, check out all his older shit like Loyalty & Betrayal, Breakin News, Element of Surprise, Charlie Hustle to name a few...
man.... I can't take this cat serious. No offence but buddy sounds like fuckin shit.
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