Glorious Max hook on a banger of a beat, then Al Pac does his Al Pac thing. fu*k Al Pac. Always taking the middle verse and sh*t, fu*king up the song with his weak a.ss bars and trash flows, all delivered in a voice that sounds like the kid who shoved crayons up his nose. I dont know how many times I had to sit through his corny 16s waiting for the Max or French verse. SMFH
I read this post, hoping you weren't a fan of French Montana. Got to the final sentence and
Very disappointing. If anything, that just shows how much better Max made Al sound, because when they were on tracks together that were genuinely original, he was much more tolerable. On top of that, yeah, he was obviously a mediocre rapper, but I never shared your same pain sitting through Al Pac verses. Years prior to Max being on songs with Al Peezly, Mack Mustard and French (I will admit, the latter two were better than Al, and brought much more to the table), I was blasting three Jim Jones verses in my car stereo, just to hear a Max hook three times on Baby Girl and Don't Forget About Me, or two even longer, more insufferable Jones verses just to hear Max twice on the hook for the M.O.B. Intro. If anything, it was standard procedure by the time we got to Gotti.
Then again, he wasn't always so bad. I always kinda fu*ked with his verses on some sh*t like this.
thats a old song though its Lou Armstrong song pretty sad they trying to pass it off as a brand new song
Knew I couldn't be the only one who remembered this song. When I heard the beat drop on Pac's "unreleased" track, I thought he remixed Armstrong's version. He was honestly better off just doing that, because his is worse
Not that it was much better, but I used to bump that "Owwww," just because the beat and hook were so crazy.