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Diamond In The Ruff by Freeway

Album

Diamond In The Ruff

Freeway

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Album

Diamond In The Ruff

Freeway

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Label: Switchblade Records
Diamond in the Ruff opens with "Right Back," a long-winded PSA on Freeway's former gig as a dope dealer ("I was out hurting my people, that was so stupid"), protests against a planned mosque near the World Trade Center site and anything else that comes to mind as Marsha Ambrosius sings the hook. It's a state-of-the-world ramble uncharacteristic of his rep as a full-throttled Philly rapper. He reprises his hammer-and-nails approach for the rest of the album, with "Ghetto Streets," "Numbers," "Jungle" and "Lil Mama" among its highlights.

About This Album

Diamond in the Ruff opens with "Right Back," a long-winded PSA on Freeway's former gig as a dope dealer ("I was out hurting my people, that was so stupid"), protests against a planned mosque near the World Trade Center site and anything else that comes to mind as Marsha Ambrosius sings the hook. It's a state-of-the-world ramble uncharacteristic of his rep as a full-throttled Philly rapper. He reprises his hammer-and-nails approach for the rest of the album, with "Ghetto Streets," "Numbers," "Jungle" and "Lil Mama" among its highlights.

Songs

About This Album

Diamond in the Ruff opens with "Right Back," a long-winded PSA on Freeway's former gig as a dope dealer ("I was out hurting my people, that was so stupid"), protests against a planned mosque near the World Trade Center site and anything else that comes to mind as Marsha Ambrosius sings the hook. It's a state-of-the-world ramble uncharacteristic of his rep as a full-throttled Philly rapper. He reprises his hammer-and-nails approach for the rest of the album, with "Ghetto Streets," "Numbers," "Jungle" and "Lil Mama" among its highlights.