Mack 10 ft. Red Cafe & Glasses Malone - Big Baller

Posted 8 years ago
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E.P.
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Soft White

Since releasing his self-titled debut album in ‘95, legendary Inglewood rapper Mack 10 has had quite an eventful career.  After dropping eight more sets (on three major labels), being part of a supergroup (with Ice Cube and WC), starting his own record label (Hoo-Bangin’ Records), and marrying (and after four years divorcing) TLC’s T-Boz, Mack is ready to go “back to the future” with his ninth album, tentatively titled Soft White.  With a little help from his former and current Hoo-Bangin label-mates Red Café and Glasses Malone, the Mack brings back the classic Big Baller sound listeners have come to know and love.  Look for more of the old product when Soft White hits the streets (currently set for release sometime after Glasses’ Beach Cruiser)

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