Betrayal is a muthafucka.
Mannie Fresh’s beat takes us back to the glory days of the Cash Money Millionaires so it was only right that Tauheed travel to New Orleans to truly pay homage.
You’re still not happy with the state of New York rap? Well Lloyd Banks is back to alleviate your Big Apple blues. You know how the lyrical assassin from G-Unit does it. And if you forgot, I’ll let him tell it. “What’s up with all the clowns?/I gave you years/How dare you doubt me?/Even when I ain’t here, you hear about me,” he boasts on the opener, “The Natural”.
The original Blue Chips was universally celebrated. Released in 2012, it was pretty much the first project that established that Action Bronson was more than a Ghostface Killah knock off. He and underrated producer Party Supplies showcased their true chemistry which is further evidenced by this strong sequel released a year later.