Now that he’s officially Def Jam material and rapping on tracks with Kanye West, the long saga that has brought 2 Chainz (aka Tity Boi) to genuine fame is beginning to unfold in earnest. In what’s becoming the dull standard, Drake gets on board, insistently trying to fit in with the gangstas and trappers. As far as these tracks go, it’s not as painfully bad as “Tony Montana”, however, nor is it as obnoxiously memorable. Essentially, you’d be better off just spinning Trap-A-Velli 2 again, but check it out below regardless.
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