Surreal (6) & The Sound Providers – True Indeed. 이블: ABB Records – ABB1084-2, Quarternote Records – none. Really neat album, if you want to start off on the hip hop scence this would be my first pick. Surreal has a nice flow and sends out the message but it seems he is underperforming and just is telling us what he can do, however really dope on the mic. He really has a nice flow and a good voice on this lp and I would really like to see him do more albums like this
Surreal & The Sound Providers 컬렉션을 완성하세요. True Indeed started as a single, that turned into an EP, that became an LP. We just kept recording more and more, and the cuts seemed to be fresher and fresher. Soulo or Jay would come up with a new beat, or Surreal (6) would have a new concept. Surreal (6) & The Sound Providers - True Indeed (CD, Album). ABB Records, Quarternote Records.
Текст песни Surreal & The Sound Providers – "True Indeed". Nah that's not me Yeah, I used to wear Gucci Put it all in the bin cause that's not me True, I used to look like you But dressing like a mess? Nah, that's not me It's the return of the mack I'm still alive just like 2Pac Girls in the front row, girls in the back Spit one lyric everybody's like brap Flashback to the cold nights in the trap Now I'm in a new whip counting the big stack Yellow-gold chains and the diamonds are black.
True Indeed Surreal & The Sound Providers. Listen on Apple Music. Surreal and DJ Balance. Looking Backwards: 2001-1998. Count Bass D. Pure Thoughts.
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