Big WY ft. Mack 10, Jim Jones & The Game - Big Boys

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Big WY
Featuring:
Producer:
Tweek Beats
Album:
The Soo-Woop Movement

As a youngster in the streets of Inglewood, California, Big WY was a firsthand witness to the worst that the streets had to offer.  Following the shooting death of a cousin, WY took the high road and decided to start a rap career.  Despite giving up his active gang lifestyle, Big WY still shows love to all who came up the same way he did under The Soo-Woop Movement.  As a matter of fact, three of the best-known rappers with the red flag on the right side hop on board for the emcee’s new single, Big Boys. Fellow hometowner Mack 10, as well as the Byrdgang leader Jim Jones and an auto-tuned The Game each show Big WY why he got into hip-hop in the first place: because you need music you can relate to.  Produced by Tweek Beats, Big Boys should be considered an underground classic, whether or not you grew up in that same environment.

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