Yung Joc - Play Ya Cards

Posted 9 years ago
Tags: Yung Joc , Club
Producer:
Cool & Dre
Album:
Hustlenomics

In order for an upstart rapper to make money in ‘the game,’ every decision needs to be made with an eye towards the future.  If millions of dollars are to flood through the doors, a successful cross country and global tour has to be in the works.  Preceded of course by a multi-platinum album (with four Top 10 singles,) digital and ring tone sales through the roof and insane radio play on regular play lists and mixshows.  A rapper who knows all about such strategies is Yung Joc.  As the Atlanta MC prepares for the release of the August 28th bound Hustlenomics, he leaks a second possible single off the album, entitled Play Ya Cards.  Produced by Cool & Dre, this ode to sound business decisions is both radio friendly and wise; that is for new comers who are looking to take notes.

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