Pusha T ft. Juicy J, Meek Mill & French Montana – Body Work

Fear Of God II: Let Us Pray on the way.

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Bombs by Flex.

Previously: DJ Drama ft. Pusha T & French Montana – Everything That Glitters


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55 Responses to “Pusha T ft. Juicy J, Meek Mill & French Montana – Body Work”

  1. Smooth Says:

    And EFFF a dubstep, (and I’m from the UK!) bunch of uncoordinated noise.

    ^

    At the moment, but the right energy is there. Early hiphop records were pretty uncoordinated too, but it’s energy and momentum allowed it grow into an incredible culture.

  2. Smooth Says:

    An album’s ten dollars, you act like its ten G’s. This food for thought costs the same as two number 3′s

    Cole still got it

  3. Urban Elvis Says:

    @smooth I hear you. Maybe because I’m hear experiencing this new thing first hand. Dupstep is cool I won’t lie. But the meshing with hip hop when that real lyrical thing is back on the rise feels a bit conflicting. To me anyway. Case in point: Mr nice watch is a dope song no doubt. Pushing boundaries and all that. But Rise and Shine?? Wow. Hip hop at it’s pinnacle.

  4. Samir Says:

    That Skrillex song is terrible. Skrillex is terrible.

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