Right now there are a few albums that have the street buzz that will stick. But how many of these albums will show up on the charts to truly represent the streets choice. Slim Thug and Boss Hogg Outlaws Serve and Collect 2 is killing the streets and spreading across the South. Young Jeezy is banging out of every box Chevy past the Mason Dixon.
The question I'm asking is will the street presence of these albums rival the onslaught of publicity of other projects that may have no street presence at all. Yet they are calling themselves voices of the streets and such. At what point does the media or consumer realize the charts only mean so much before you are applauding someone with no respect from the people.Slim Thug is in the best place he's ever been. He has a hot street album and has the experience with the majors to know what not to do. He and the Boss Hoggs just need to tour state to state, hood to hood. But until then here's a slice of that serve and collect.
Jeezy has the hottest album on the street at this time. Hey don't get mad just hustle a lil harder. Here's a lil thug motivation for ya.
One time for my dog Mystikal. When he come home all you "so called rappers" can hang it up. Game over. Take your top ten and tell them night night. Ok maybe you have no faith in what I'm saying. Cool ....Let the countdown begin.
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