So when word got out that A-Trak (DJ Extraordinaire/Producer Extraordinaire/Tastemaker Extraordinaire) and Cam'Ron (Rapper Extraordinaire/ Instagrammer Extraordinaire) aimed to lay down tracks together, there was measured hope: while it'd been years since Cam had been focused on putting out strong music, and a decade since Dip Set had released a project together, if there was anyone who could bring back that Harlem feeling, why not the Brooklyn-by-way-of-Montreal DJ A-Trak?
Not only did A-Trak deliver classic Cam lyrics, but the song was powerfully co-produced by Just Blaze (who for a long time didn't mess with Cam), featured Juelz Santana on the hook (complete with is trademark ad-libs), and dedicated an entire breakdown at the end for Dame Dash to talk that vintage Dame Dash talk.
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Rae Sremmurd, "No Type"If "No Flex Zone" was a pizza -- because name a person who doesn't like pizza -- it was the biggest pizza in the world. Bad bitches is the only thing that I like / You ain't got no life: cups with the ice and we do this every night." "No Type" is an anthem for the Millennials or maybe just the nation or the world or whatever.
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The child victim may be a boy or a girl; in most cases knows and trusts the abuser; may be an infant, toddler, preschooler, or school-aged child up to age 18; may come from any socioeconomic background or ethnic or religious group; is usually afraid to tell about the sexual abuse for fear of being blamed or punished; and rarely is abused by a stranger.
Check out the Billboard's picks for the top 10 rap songs of 20. Juelz Santana and Damon Dash, "Dipshits"A-Trak is sentimental, as seen at all of his Brooklyn Fool's Gold Labor Day "Day Off" parties, where the line-ups not only boast young up-and-comers, but always a headliner whose best days are considered behind them.Cooperation, respect for the rights of others, respect for property, respect for authority, cleanliness and good personal habits are factors that are important in residence hall life.Violations of these standards could result in a fine or further disciplinary action.And the songs came from unexpected places, like Vine and Soundcloud, to speak nothing of Detroit and the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn.If this speaks anything about the future of rap, it's to say: no one knows what's coming.