Paul Wall ft. Black Mike - Get n Bank

Posted 8 years ago
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Paul Wall released his debut album, The Peoples Champ, in 2005, and saw platinum-plaque success as a result.  Two years later, the Houston MC dropped his sophomore follow-up, Get Money, Stay True, but the effort failed to produce even a gold-plaque (And yes, we took into consideration the move toward digital).  Thus, it is likely that when Wall raps about Get n Bank on his new joint with rapper Black Mike, he is talking about his successful business venture in custom mouth grills, and not music.  In the song he spits the line, “… there’s more to life than money and cars / but I don’t have time to explain it in these 16 bars.”  That’s fine, Paul.  Maybe next time, okay?

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