yup… pull the trigger… people will FOREVER have heating and air.. its like plumbing… or and electrician… you cant go wrong..
^That’s why the idea caught my eye, I already passed there entry test, but never called them back afterwards, they called me yesterday matter of fact, lol. I was gonna graduate from the school, buy my own tools and what not & just start my own buisness. My cousin’s uncle did that with the cable, started his own business as a contractor and caked up something serious, before the recession, I know he’s seen close to a million, prolly not all at once, but total, he had over 50 employees, including me, lol.
Real talk, you got me thinking bout calling them folks right now.
Close but nothing on there will match Loso’s first batch of singles.
I don’t know Amp, Make You Better was the biggest & hottest single of his career. Baby Don’t Go was top 5 on the charts….and in terms of quality singles Brooklyn and Diamonds on My Damn chain was dope.
And I knew you were talking about the mixtape. Sleep said Loso’s Way was a hot album. It was cool but has little to no replay value.
I’m definitely in the minority but i think Loso’s Way and FNTS are his best 2 albums…just my opinion…
Make You Better was the biggest & hottest single of his career. Baby Don’t Go was top 5 on the charts….and in terms of quality singles Brooklyn and Diamonds on My Damn chain was dope.
Make Me Better >>>
Brooklyn was more hype then substance. Skip.
Baby Don’t Go? Meh.
The songs for the females were kinda weak on this album.
Diamonds On My Chain? Just OK.
I was a fan of I’m The Man, Return Of The Hustle & Gangsta Don’t Play.
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