It’s still amazing that two songs from a mixtape made such a splash that they had to be included on an artist’s album. The streets spoke loudly and Rozay’s Teflon Don wouldn’t have been complete without “MC Hammer” and “BMF”. You talk about a one-two Lex Luger-produced punch. Simply put, this prequel brought Ross to the forefront of this rap shit. This signaled the end of the Officer jokes. Hardbody collabos with Yo Gotti (“Gotti Family”) and Kool G Rap (“Knife Fight”) would make the biggest herb feel like a tough guy. And I don’t wanna be in a dark corner of a club when “300 Soldiers” comes on. Should we have gotten our mind right? Why not #1? You’re thinkin’ top spot? We’re thinkin’ #2.