Saigon ft. Baby Cham & Kardinal Offishall - Chillyboom

Posted about 8 years ago
Tags: Saigon
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Just Blaze
Album:
The Greatest Story Never Told

Happy to be off Atlantic Records, Saigon is currently looking for a new label home on which to release his debut, titled The Greatest Story Never Told.  The DJBooth has picked up a possible new single from the long-delayed set; in a departure from his more serious material, the Brooklyn native has chosen to rap about his freaky exploits with the ladies, who can’t get enough of his Chillyboom.  The Just Blaze-produced record, which features ghetto storyteller Baby Cham and Dangerous MC Kardinal Offishall, will be bashed by some critics as a sellout move, but even if you don’t like this one song, don’t write Saigon off completely; after all, even Nas went through his Oochie Wally stage.

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