Dusty South Roads | Victory 2012

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Victory 2012

by Dusty South Roads

Rap & Blues... This is rebel music intended to make revolution irresistible. A soulful mix of Middle Eastern scripture with twisted hip hop harder core lyrics. This single bridges the gap between the Middle East and the West with hip hop like never before. And this is just the beginning… Listen at your own risk…
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Political Rap
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My family tree consists of drug dealer’s pimps and killers, alcoholics and drop outs, a bunch of wild ass niggas…Never got advice from my father, not even a hug, and they wondering why the fuck I grew up to be thug..?Too many rules to the game, but I’ll share what I know, you’ll never loose hoes chasing dough, but you can loose dough chasing a hoe…Now rule one, you must remember ‘MM2B’ is real, cause no matter how much gwop you got there is always more money to build…Never mix Devils springs with codeine then chase it with Hennacy, and never put too much trust in friends, learn how to use your enemies…From the cradle to the grave, from the pussy to the dirt, an enemy at your heels will sharpen your skills and keep you focused and alert…If you go broke there are other options then selling dope, pay attention my nigga this might be the realist shit I ever wrote…Ever since the cracker took the coke out the cola, and taught us how to mix it with soda, it was over…

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Rev. Johnson

Never Before...
Never before have I ever heard the English language used for such blasphemy. Although very talented, too controversial for my domination.

Mr. Roads, you need Jesus…

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