10 Songs, 30 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Coming out of Oakland, Clyde Carson blew up as a member of The Team: an original Bay Area Hyphy group that dropped locally huge singles like "Hyphy Juice (Remix)" and "Just Go." Though the short-lived movement never broke outside of Northern Cali, Carson has stayed busy over the years, earning new fans with a pair of impressive EPs (Doin' That and Bass Rock). On S.T.S.A.: Something to Speak About, he serves up a solid collection of joints focused mostly on relentless hustling, getting paid, and staying faded, set to tremendous bass bumps and handclaps galore. He shows a softer, mellower side on "Red Cup" and "Choosin'" and also connects with Golden State OGs B-Legit and E-40 on "Let Me Know" and "All the Way 100," respectively. While it may not dominate the pop charts, this will definitely satisfy Carson's legions of established fans.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Coming out of Oakland, Clyde Carson blew up as a member of The Team: an original Bay Area Hyphy group that dropped locally huge singles like "Hyphy Juice (Remix)" and "Just Go." Though the short-lived movement never broke outside of Northern Cali, Carson has stayed busy over the years, earning new fans with a pair of impressive EPs (Doin' That and Bass Rock). On S.T.S.A.: Something to Speak About, he serves up a solid collection of joints focused mostly on relentless hustling, getting paid, and staying faded, set to tremendous bass bumps and handclaps galore. He shows a softer, mellower side on "Red Cup" and "Choosin'" and also connects with Golden State OGs B-Legit and E-40 on "Let Me Know" and "All the Way 100," respectively. While it may not dominate the pop charts, this will definitely satisfy Carson's legions of established fans.

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