Fervently as some rappers may boast about rolling solo, a tightly-knit inner circle is practically a prerequisite for lasting success in the music industry. On his latest promotional single, released last week as part of DJ Scream and DJ MLK’s 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards Mixtape but presented here in its final form, My Potna finds the Grand Hustle head honcho unloading his most potent lyrical ammunition into the “p*ssy n**gas” who oppose him, before shouting-out a few of his closest colleagues in the game. With names like Trae The Truth, Young Dro and Big Kuntry King in your corner, would you be afraid of the competition? My Potna is not attached to any larger project, but the cut is available now on iTunes in both clean and dirty versions.
Written by richard on 10/8/13
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