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Lil Scrappy, The Grustle

Combine the grind and hustle and one gets, the grustle. That’s exactly what Lil Scrappy does on his new album, The Grustle, which has the Atlanta MC getting back to his head-bustin’, crunk ways in his proper follow up to 2006's Bred 2 Die Born 2 Live. Looking to make an example and let rap fans know that he’s still a force to be reckoned with, Scrappy quickly sets the tone on the set's opening track, “Face Off.” “Fuck security, niggas tryna get at me/Wildin’, throwin bottles, bustin’ heads in the VIP,” he spits aggressively, conjuring up memories of the ...

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