Dem Franchise Boyz - Make U Mad

Posted 8 years ago
Album:
At the Point of No Return

There are plenty of “things” that make rappers angry.  A short list of those “things” include (but are certainly not limited to) restricted creative control, small marketing budgets, stunted album promotion, Oprah Winfrey and Fox News host, Bill O’Reilly.  So last month, when Buddie of Dem Franchize Boyz stepped inside our DJBooth, we asked him about what makes him mad.  Hurt from the comments made by now-controversial rapper, Nas, Buddie discussed his angst over the “Hip-Hop is Dead” movement.  Well, time is obviously the best healer, because the group has leaked the ironically titled, Make U Mad.  DFB will release their forthcoming album, At the Point of No Return, on April 1.

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