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Frenchie, Concrete Jungle

For anyone that believes rap music has steered away from the streets in the last few years, Gucci Mane’s 1017 Brick Squad has been grinding to bring it back. Repping a crew that also boasts Waka Flocka, Wooh Da Kid, Slim Dunkin and OJ Da Juiceman, New York native Frenchie comes through with the appropriately titled Concrete Jungle. To open the tape, the South Side Jamaica, Queens rapper kicks raps from the pavement on “Concrete Jungle,” where he lays his foundation: “Call up DJ Holiday, let’s go make a trap tape,” he spits. For the next 19 tracks, that’s exactly what ...

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