8Ball & MJG ft. T.I. - Boo

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: 8Ball & MJG , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
C-Gutta
Album:
Untitled Grand Hustle Project

Having left Bad Boy South Dirty South legends 8Ball & MJG will be releasing their upcoming eighth studio album under their new label home, Grand Hustle.  Since T.I.‘s tied up with that federal prison term for the time being, the remaining management is set to make a heavy push with the entire roster.  Thus, we bring you the first buzz/street single from the Memphis icons’ currently-untitled Grand Hustle debut.  As industry veterans, they’ve heard plenty of emcees spit baldfaced lies—if any such pretenders show up in their presence, however, Ball & G will simply join in with the rest of the crowd and Boo them offstage.  With Tip leading the audience on his hook, in-house beatmaker C-Gutta once again showcases the label’s ability to serve up classic Southern whip-rattling production—since that’s the type of beat that’s brought Ball & G their biggest hits to date, Boo is an early indicator that the duo made the right choice in signing with Grand Hustle.  We won’t know for sure, of course, till our readers have their final say.

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