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MMG Presents: Self Made, Vol. 3

by Various Artists

MMG Presents: Self Made, Vol. 3 by Various Artists

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MMG Presents: Self Made, Vol. 3

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Label: MMG/Atlantic
Little n*gg* we don't rock the same clothes, f*ck the same hoes, 'cause there's levels to this sh*t," claims Meek Mill on "Levels." The irony is that Self Made 3 stars rappers who aren't on the same level as MMG boss Rick Ross, whether it's underachieving Chicago scrub Rockie Fresh ("God Is Great") or Dirty South novelty Gunplay ("Gallardo"). Still, each gets a moment to shine, and some capitalize: Wale and Meek Mill swag at the "Black Grammys," blue collar worker Stalley offers "Coupes and Roses," and there's a surprise verse from incarcerated spitter Lil Boosie on "Lay It Down.

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Little n*gg* we don't rock the same clothes, f*ck the same hoes, 'cause there's levels to this sh*t," claims Meek Mill on "Levels." The irony is that Self Made 3 stars rappers who aren't on the same level as MMG boss Rick Ross, whether it's underachieving Chicago scrub Rockie Fresh ("God Is Great") or Dirty South novelty Gunplay ("Gallardo"). Still, each gets a moment to shine, and some capitalize: Wale and Meek Mill swag at the "Black Grammys," blue collar worker Stalley offers "Coupes and Roses," and there's a surprise verse from incarcerated spitter Lil Boosie on "Lay It Down.

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Little n*gg* we don't rock the same clothes, f*ck the same hoes, 'cause there's levels to this sh*t," claims Meek Mill on "Levels." The irony is that Self Made 3 stars rappers who aren't on the same level as MMG boss Rick Ross, whether it's underachieving Chicago scrub Rockie Fresh ("God Is Great") or Dirty South novelty Gunplay ("Gallardo"). Still, each gets a moment to shine, and some capitalize: Wale and Meek Mill swag at the "Black Grammys," blue collar worker Stalley offers "Coupes and Roses," and there's a surprise verse from incarcerated spitter Lil Boosie on "Lay It Down.