As DJBooth has seen many times, unsigned artists will often blow a wad of cash on a major guest feature in order to increase buzz on their record. In the case of Indianapolis natives Nappyville, Baton Rouge’s biggest rapper, Lil’ Boosie, has been recruited for a remix to the underground hit, Super Clean. In most cases, the feature outshines the lead; however, since Boosie Bad Azz isn’t the most impressive lyricist, Nappyville hold their own and stay on par. After all, these big-name features were once unsigned underground artists too, right?
Written by Burmy on 03/25/08
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