ItzGravitation wrote: »
dude straight from the first song but to say he better no
kinda sund like TI
koncretemind wrote: »
Yungin T. Jeezie wrote: »
SMH @ Cash Money benching All-Star like a rookie
the_omniscient wrote: »
All-Star is a rapper that I wasn't expecting much of when I first heard of him, but once I heard some of his music he's a good surprise. The flow is a little bit lazy but he's very good at making deep songs and is a good storyteller. He comes across as being very honest on all his tracks and gives a good introspective on his life. He's more than the average trap rapper.
All-Star's position in the game proves that you need to have your own record label if at all possible. If you sign to a major or even an artist-run label politics and favoritism can get in the way and you can get lost in the shuffle. Why can't Cash Money find a way to push All-Star and Yo Gotti? I'm not talking about a mega push like Wayne and Young Money are getting but just put the two of them out there more.
I really like this track off of his latest mixtape:
tri3w wrote: »
My dude, If they aint Wayne they they aint gettin No burn, pure and simple........