When Cam’ron rapped from the perspective of the everyday workingwoman and from a felon applying for a job in delivery, we were all caught off guard, napping. But when Joell Ortiz approach a recession rap song from the angle of a UPS worker (or a petty crook or a block boy,) he doesn’t sound like a displaced rapper. In fact it sounds amusing and even a bit more real, if I can say that.
Recession Rap Jams, on a grind mission..
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