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Street Fame by Twisted Black

Album

Street Fame

Twisted Black

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Album

Street Fame

Twisted Black

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Label: The Orchard
Dallas rapper Twisted Black is serving three concurrent 30-year federal prison sentences for distribution of crack. And considering his compelling backstory, you'd expect some real hustler pathos on this LP, but most of its tracks are cliched club joints. On "Shake," Black asks the ladies in his wiry, Southern voice, "Make it drop, make it pop, make it shake." The album does pick up in the second half, with more nuanced tracks "Coldest Summer Ever" and "Hustler's Prayer," but even those songs seem like paint-by-the-numbers gangsta narratives.

About This Album

Dallas rapper Twisted Black is serving three concurrent 30-year federal prison sentences for distribution of crack. And considering his compelling backstory, you'd expect some real hustler pathos on this LP, but most of its tracks are cliched club joints. On "Shake," Black asks the ladies in his wiry, Southern voice, "Make it drop, make it pop, make it shake." The album does pick up in the second half, with more nuanced tracks "Coldest Summer Ever" and "Hustler's Prayer," but even those songs seem like paint-by-the-numbers gangsta narratives.

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About This Album

Dallas rapper Twisted Black is serving three concurrent 30-year federal prison sentences for distribution of crack. And considering his compelling backstory, you'd expect some real hustler pathos on this LP, but most of its tracks are cliched club joints. On "Shake," Black asks the ladies in his wiry, Southern voice, "Make it drop, make it pop, make it shake." The album does pick up in the second half, with more nuanced tracks "Coldest Summer Ever" and "Hustler's Prayer," but even those songs seem like paint-by-the-numbers gangsta narratives.