Hard-edged hip-hop veteran Freddie Foxxx remains one of the most respected and feared self-governing MCs in the game today. He's earned the right to stalk the rap world like a beat cop with a chip on his shoulder. If you step out of line, you'll be assailed by his rugged, street-smart rhymes. A guest appearance by the late Tupac adds extra meatiness to Foxxx's beefy boom-bap raps.
They were a childlike, bass-obsessed duo called L'Trimm and were responsible for the kitchy Miami bass track still loved today, called "Bass That Goes Boom"--a tribute to subwoofers. If you're thinking, "Girls after my own heart!" then you're in for a treat, because the defunct duo is at least slightly reborn in rapper Lady Tigra coming back on the scene. Her new track with MC Lyte--"Stole My Radio"--is a chilly smooth comeback track, while "Bass On Thee Bottom" will no doubt be bangin' in clubland and … Read more