But even though both the Ghostface and the food talking points hold true, they don’t really get to the bottom of what makes Dr. Lecter, Bronson’s debut album, such a breath of fresh air. Simply put, Dr. Lecter is a rock-solid, ridiculously fun New York rap album, one that recalls the city’s past glories without ever feeling like an act of stylistic exhumation.
June 20th, 2011 at 3:32 pm
Cuz Meek was already on his way. It was only a matter of time that someone picked him up (after TI dropped the ball) and he was gonna shine.
^ who else was picking up Meek, he already died on GH… Nobody was gonna give that boy a look and you know that. He was on his way to the “I’m hot but niggas dont fuck with me grave yard”. Like who was really gonna give Wale a second chance?…. these labels are mad iffy.
He didn’t die on GH. The label head got locked up.
Then got locked up again.
ALL them niggas over there got screwed.
Daps to the bul Charlie Mack for getting him outta that deal quick.
But its a testament to his movement how quickly he got back on. He was ALREADY in XXL and on sites that matter like SOHH and ALLHIPHOP (and Rapradar for that matter) BEFORE getting with William.
Just because you spend days HERE and assume only niggas HERE are hot don’t mean nothing to niggas who get out the house.
cause they not and never were here to serve the cause of struggling blacks…
they just here to promote the white mans agendas, and to get some crumbs off the devil’s pie…
This all Im saying..so when the white men sends his daughters Vnasty and sons Asher and them to come and do some of the politickin themselves dont get all up in arms(no 007) about what they wanna say and do to “our music”