Twista Presents: Speedknot Mobstaz - Money To Blow

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Toxic
Album:
Mobstability II: Nation Bizness

Undaunted by the disappointing sales of Adrenaline Rush 2007, Twista has brought his Speedknot Mobstaz crew back into the limelight.  Their new album, Mobstability II: Nation Bizness, will be the group’s first release since their ’98 debut, Mobstability.  While the Chicago veteran doesn’t contribute any vocals on the official first single, Money to Blow, fellow mobsta’ Liffy Stokes handles the bulk of the lyricism, showing off his devotion to the paper (you know…eat paper, sh*t paper).  Previously-unheard guest, Skooda, spits an impressive verse when the mic is passed his way and in-house producer Toxic supplies a very simplistic beat.  The Mobstaz’ sophomore album, Nation Business, will be released March 18th on GMG/Koch.

Speedknot Mobstaz

Written by
Posted 8 years ago
Get The PLUG app by DJBooth and get the best hip-hop writing and news delivered daily.

More from Speedknot Mobstaz

Featured Video

Hip Hop News

Drake’s “Please Forgive Me” Short Film is Problematic

The film further blurs the lines between Drake's homage or exploitation of reggae, dancehall and Afrobeat. Read More
Posted 2 hours ago by Tara Mahadevan

Isaiah Rashad Forced to Tweak “The Sun’s Tirade” Due to Sample Clearance Issue

Sometimes you cannot recreate the soul or an original sample. Read More
Posted about 3 hours ago by DJ Z

Kid Cudi’s New Album Includes Two Guest Appearances by André 3000

Also making appearances are Pharrell Williams, Travis Scott and Willow Smith. Read More
Posted 5 hours ago by DJ Z

Albums Are Dying a Slow Death at the Hands of Prospering Playlists

The album has been dying for years, but playlists are on a tremendous rise. Read More
Posted about 7 hours ago by Yoh

Chance The Rapper Secured #MCD All-Star Line-Up Through “Personal Conversations”

Magnificent Coloring Day is another example of the power of establishing relationships. Read More
Posted 7 hours ago by Tara Mahadevan

Forget The Numbers, Mac Miller’s “The Divine Feminine” isn’t a Disappointment

If it wasn't for the charting anomaly that is Drake, Miller would have notched his second No. 1 album. Read More
Posted 8 hours ago by DJ Z
Sample Text - Sample Link
0:00
3:00
Shrink
Hide

TRENDING NOW



Flame

TOP 20 MUSIC CHARTS


Discover the best new songs, videos, and albums added to the Booth.