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Let Me At ‘Em

Is Will Smith the best rapper alive? And is the Net’s fave goin’ at the Big Homie in the song’s final 45 seconds? Geez you would think dude got dropped or released with no official release or something.

“For you times is rough too
Cuz ain’t nobody buying your album’s but you
And from the sounds of everything I hear you lost it
Still rap alright but your ears exhausted
Fuck your bunch of money put your ego to the side
Maybe it’s time to study your understudy
I mean, are we hustling or are we grown up?
Everytime I hear you you changing your tone up
When the new generation think about Jordan
All they remember is when Iverson crossed him
Take off the blazer, loosen’ up the tie
Nigga fell in love and Superman died
Better learn to cover your ears when the toys pop
I hate your last single, Boys Rot
Can we hear some new niggas with promise
The new generation won’t forget you we promise
We’ll always pay homage but let’s get one thing understood son
Every “Encore” ain’t a good one.”

Joe Budden “Talk 2 ‘Em”

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Sidebar: Maybe Hov got time to switch up a few bars on that Roc Boys Remix or will he just let it slide. Let it slip on by? Prolly not. I predict: At least a sublim or two. Somewhere. It’s Billy goat time!

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