19 Songs, 1 Hour 15 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his most universal album yet, this Yay Area player breaks bread with homies across the nation over ‘bow-throwing raps and trunk-rattling beats. He mocks busters alongside Memphis' Young Dolph over the hydraulic bass of “Broke Boy.” For “Way Before,” one of Oaktown’s BANDGANG sings gloriously off-key about life in the streets, and producer Zaytoven brings an Atlanta trap touch to “Stick 'Em Up.” Near the end, Philthy Rich, Houston star Paul Wall, and Philly rapper Freeway pay heartfelt tribute to Bay Area icon The Jacka on “King Jack.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

On his most universal album yet, this Yay Area player breaks bread with homies across the nation over ‘bow-throwing raps and trunk-rattling beats. He mocks busters alongside Memphis' Young Dolph over the hydraulic bass of “Broke Boy.” For “Way Before,” one of Oaktown’s BANDGANG sings gloriously off-key about life in the streets, and producer Zaytoven brings an Atlanta trap touch to “Stick 'Em Up.” Near the end, Philthy Rich, Houston star Paul Wall, and Philly rapper Freeway pay heartfelt tribute to Bay Area icon The Jacka on “King Jack.”

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