From ghetto to ghetto, to backyard to yard
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“other hand on my nickel, plated whistle, one eyed closed I’ll hit”
“as if I was Slick Rick, my aim is still an issue”
“lose your soul in whichever palm I’m holding”
“one will leave you frozen, the other nodding and dozing”
Two of the coldest cats ever. Everybody and I mean everybody was bumping this back in the day.
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Ultimate freestyle track!
VA STAND UP! Two of the realest to ever do it
Listening to these cats remind me of when I lived in the 757 from ’05 to ’07. Good times.
SKILLS IN DA HOUSE ?!!
They Got It 4 Cheap vol. 2 mixtape was a f*ckin classic!
They from where im from, well not tha same neighborhood, but i heard they were straight pu**y
“Im the neighborhood Pusha/Call me subwoofer/Cuz I pump bass like that jack”. I absolutely luv this joint. This and “Clap that boy” are my fav 2 Clipse songs. And Pusha T had the better verse in “Runaway”. “Ichabod Crane with that muthaf√¢kin top off”. Just dope.
This is what Layup Lines should be about!! Joints that get you pumped up while warming up in ‘layup lines’
i remember everyone would try to do the beat on their desks when i was in school.
Ill … Grindin!!!
meh, they had better songs and lyrics than this.
Man that song was dope! Too bad the album www wack. I remembered as a young teen when this joint first dropped summer of 02 man it was crazy every party you went to you heard and the beat was sick freestyles all the time!!
That track had the game on lock for a while. But as far as underrated groups in the last decade. Field Mob>>>>>> what y’all know about Smoke and Shawn J?
Can I get some Canton Jones!!!
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