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Trash It √
Dave East and DJ Holiday put together a super solid effort with Karma. The intro Legendary, sets the tone for the album, and it never seems to slow down after that. On Salty, featuring Moneybagg Yo, their swag is turnt all
the way up! Enough, How U A Gangsta, and Fast Life are all highlights on the album, and Dave isn't shy to brag on his wordplay. Overall, this album is worthy of the $15.99, and I would advise any hip hop head to go get it!!
 Beyond Bulletproof
Mozzy is definitely consistent with dropping bangers for
the streets, and Beyond Bulletproof
doesn't fall short. The
Intro is his usual Funk Or Die flow that we've fallen in-love
with. Haunted House turns the heat up as Mozzy poses
the question; Why would I lie about the body count! G-
Herbo gives the track energy, and their combination is a
beautiful collaboration. I Can't Tell, Boyz To Men and &
The Homies Wanna Know come across with more
substance than just sliding. Mozzy rarely gives us a disappointing attempt. Cop that ASAP!!
Tory Lanez is fully loaded on The New Toronto and it's no secret that his lyrical ability has stepped up!! Stupid
Again is ridiculous, and the trap has reemerged in full force. 10 F*CK$ is another highlight from the production to
the vibe of the song. Tory Lanez has definitely become a contender for the underground crown. You can't go
wrong by buying The New Toronto 3!

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