Odd squad - fadanufoeveryone
Big mike- something serious
Both incredibly slept on down south joints
Any 90's Three Six Mafia Album
Lil Flex - Time To Play
Lil Fly- Out Da Darkness of Da Kut (Could go with Three 6 Mafia shit but oh well)
UGK- Super Tight
Guerilla Maab - Rise
South Circle - Another Day Another Balla
Trae - Restless
ESG - Ocean of Funk
Geto Boyz - We Can't Be Stopped
Z-Ro - Let The Truth Be Told
Paul Wall and Chamillionare - Get Ya Mind Correct
Yungstar - TYP
Fat Pat - Ghetto Dreams
Al-D -Home of the Free
That's it for now
Last edited by Fishscale123; 11-21-2012 at 09:15 PM.
wow. the emotion this thread has stirred up is amazing.
ok, before people start posting every goddamn album by a southern rapper in here, nobody is saying that bubba hold a candle to classic hip hop acts like ugk & the geto boys.
the basic statement from this thread is this:
if you enjoy the organized noize era outkast & goodie mob albums, then bubbas "deliverance" might be up your alley.
is it as good as the outkast & goodie stuff? no.
is it a good companion album to all that? hell yeah.
organized noize did a bulk of the production. timbo did the rest. bubba can spit.
if you slept, peep it.
if not, who gives a hairy shit.
lmao @ this review of Bubba's only UK show. 4 song set in which he had to take a shit half way through and then gets bottled off, rofl...
When I'm writing in my room
It's like a child that's fighting in the womb
- KP -
how in the FUCK did you get my freshman high school year book picture, ceited?????
not cool, man.
not cool at all.