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Mob with Me

by Ajthekid

#2 of the Trilogy! The Struggles of Life, The coincidences that have us think a little deeper, but music or a track everyone will like. There is something for everyone on here, though I am a product of my environment and what I've been exposed in life
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hyphy
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1. Intro
1:13 $0.99
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2. Ain't No Telling
2:49 $1.99
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3. This Shit's Slappin' (feat. Beeda Weeda)
3:09 $1.99
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4. Royalty (feat. Maine the God & Lil Tae)
3:48 $1.99
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5. Testin' (feat. Zoda)
2:35 $1.99
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6. Real 1's Around Me (feat. Lil Rue)
3:36 $1.99
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7. Hi 4 This (feat. Maine the God)
2:51 $1.99
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8. M.M.O.M.M (feat. Della the Fella)
3:25 $1.99
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9. Outerlude
5:02 $0.99
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10. Outro
1:47 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I am a SF Native from San Franicsco, CA. I went to Washington High School where I started playing football and because most of the player were from an area in San Francisco called the "Fillmoe" aka Western Edition. My mother is from baghdad so we had a falling out when I was 15 and from then on the streets would be my home until I was taken in by a family in the Fillmore. I joined the Marines shortly after high school which didnt end well for me. I ended up coming back to an expensive city I couldnt afford and found a place with some friends in East Oakaland. It wasn't too different being the only white guy in a 12 block radius but East Oakland was huge compared to the Fillmoe. So i did what I knew how to do to survive. Anyhing to help me get by while I was kind of fucked in the head. I used to sit on my bed in the same spot for about 3-6 hours a day stuck in my head. It wasnt until I did 2 years of counseling every week, that I was able to be around people or even speak to people. Of course im East Oakland I was a target but with flashbacks and other twitches, the block I lived on and apartments I lived in, I felt knew I had some issues so a lot of people were very nice to me. Before I knew it I was the white boy in the neighborhood who could walk all around east oakland without getting looked at like an alien....well that was after 2-3 years of living there. One day when I was in the city I managed to snag a job at a cannabis club. While working my 2nd all time favorite rapper came in and I got to talk to him, which led to hanging out, which lead to we lived not to far from each other. "The Jacka" was like a king to me. To be in a his presence was a dream. To be part of his entourage and the fact that he trusted me with his life at times, was a big honor. He was trying to develop me into a rapper so i could tell my story of life from growing up in the hood, to playing football, to having most of my close friends taken by the gun on the streets, to joining the marines, getting out and going to oakland and before I know it my favorite rapper is showing me how to master my craft. He was also a Freemason which, I was also. We connected on multiple levels and before we know it he was helping me with my rap career. Unfortunately his life was taken and I quit music. I kept song writing and sold a song called "Ibiza" which kinda started me back up in the rap industry... So Here I am following through with the plan me and my favorite rapper/mentor came up with. A 3 part EP. I am finished with the 2nd and am about to release it. Once I finished the EP trilogy I know I'll be ready to release a real full album and when people start comparing when you look at my life and all the hardships... the only way it makes me different is that I feel like Eminem. I got a story to tell... Ya'll don't even know what your getting yourselves into...

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