Hell Rell - Get Ready

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Hell Rell
Producer:
A.RAAB Muzik [for Duke Productions]
Album:
Black Mask Black Gloves (The Ruga Edition)

Similar to fellow rapper Plies, long-time Dipset member Hell Rell is preparing for the release of his sophomore set, entitled Black Mask Black Gloves (The Ruga Edition), less than ten months after dropping his previous album.  On the first (and possibly only) single, Get Ready, Ruger Rell lives up to his audience’s hardcore expectations by spitting lyrics like, “Jason, Michael Myers, Freddy/f*ck them, I’m more scary.”  Recognizing the importance of production within East Coast gangsta rap, A.RAAB Muzik (of Duke Productions) does the next-to-impossible by utilizing a Temptations sample (from their hit of the same name) on this dark beat.  For more street bangers, Black Mask Black Gloves (The Ruga Edition) drops on July 22 via Diplomat/Babygrande.

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