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The One And Only

by Lil Wyte

The One And Only by Lil Wyte

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The One And Only

by Lil Wyte

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Label: Asylum/Hypnotized Minds Productions
Rap's foremost trailer-park dramatist teams up with Three 6 Mafia for another dispatch of gothic crunk. "We Ain't Kool" -- with its hypnotically spare drums captioned by a tight, minor key piano loop -- is relentless and fragile, with Wyte shouting perfectly brutal schlock like "I've been thinking of taking you out/ And I'm not talking lunch." The album's themes should be familiar: getting high, stacking dollars, collecting bodies. But unlike most dope boyz, Wyte doesn't care about playing it smooth, offering "I don't give a f*ck" as a mantra of sorts. This is the sound of the South.

About This Album

Rap's foremost trailer-park dramatist teams up with Three 6 Mafia for another dispatch of gothic crunk. "We Ain't Kool" -- with its hypnotically spare drums captioned by a tight, minor key piano loop -- is relentless and fragile, with Wyte shouting perfectly brutal schlock like "I've been thinking of taking you out/ And I'm not talking lunch." The album's themes should be familiar: getting high, stacking dollars, collecting bodies. But unlike most dope boyz, Wyte doesn't care about playing it smooth, offering "I don't give a f*ck" as a mantra of sorts. This is the sound of the South.

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About This Album

Rap's foremost trailer-park dramatist teams up with Three 6 Mafia for another dispatch of gothic crunk. "We Ain't Kool" -- with its hypnotically spare drums captioned by a tight, minor key piano loop -- is relentless and fragile, with Wyte shouting perfectly brutal schlock like "I've been thinking of taking you out/ And I'm not talking lunch." The album's themes should be familiar: getting high, stacking dollars, collecting bodies. But unlike most dope boyz, Wyte doesn't care about playing it smooth, offering "I don't give a f*ck" as a mantra of sorts. This is the sound of the South.