Nappy Roots - Who Got It Where’s It At

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Joe Hopp
Album:
Innerstate Music

Kentucky’s finest rap group Nappy Roots are back on the scene as independent artists after two successful releases on Atlantic Records.  Before their new album The Humdinger drops in 2008, the sextet offered up the Internet-only release, Innerstate Music, this past July.  Included on the LP is the smoker’s anthem, Who Got It Where’s It At, featuring Skinny DeVille, B. Stille, Ron Clutch, Big V, R. Prophet, and Fish Scales each taking a turn with the blunt, then passing it around in a circle.  Whether you smoke or not, the low synth-sonar-harmonica heavy beat makes Who Got It Where’s It At the perfect song for that late-night cruise in your old-school whip.

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