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1 Other 3:08
2 My Party
Featuring – Jadakiss
3:32
3 Fly
Featuring – Sofi Green, Tyler Woods
3:49
4 Telly Port
Featuring – Snype Life*
2:41
5 I'm A Beast
Featuring – Sheek Louch
3:26
6 Get Your Weight Up
Featuring – Whispers
3:49
7 Convo With Shawty (Interlude) 1:01
8 Together
Featuring – Chris Rivers
3:05
9 Satisfaction Jackson (Interlude) 0:55
10 If I Should Fly Away
Featuring – Tyler Woods
3:18
11 I Gotta Tell You (Interlude) 0:38
12 Life Time 3:50
13 Raw (Interlude) 0:27
14 Hate It Or Love It
Featuring – Dyce Payne
3:16
15 Bring It In
Featuring – Fortes, King Buudha
4:18
16 White Niggaz 3:17
17 Welcome To NY
Featuring – Dave East, Nino Man, Snype Life*
3:25
18 Money Change You 4:00
19 Ghost In Me
Featuring – Dyce Payne
3:08
20 Tear The Club Up
Featuring – Chary Ary, LVB'S, PLF
3:43
21 Bang
Featuring – Whispers
3:58
22 Maintaining 3:45

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Styles P - A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy FLAC album

Musician performer: Styles P

Title: A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy

Date of release: 2015

Style: Gangsta

Genre: Hip hop

Size FLAC: 1710 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 902

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Dondallon
In 2015, all three members of The LOX each issued out a solo album for the last three months of the year. The initiator of the releases was A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy by Styles P (in October), followed by Top 5 Dead Or Alive by Jadakiss (in November), then Silverback Gorilla 2 by Sheek Louch (in December). The albums were not commercially successful, but that wasn't what the members were aiming to appease. The albums garnered a good bit of "urban" respect, which was what the crew was shooting towards. Yet, a bit of the younger "urban" listeners didn't initially take towards the albums with the same regard as the youth of yesteryears took to it. Though, the albums became highly regarded by the actual urban environments at the start of 2016. Sadly, that primarily came from bootleg purchasers & illegal downloads. This work, A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy, spoke more towards the edgier "hood" side of the road. Luckily, it was strongly appreciated by individuals on such a side of life. Shame, though, that it wasn't properly shown respect with legitimate purchases. While giving respect to those whom carved the niche prior, Styles P kept the album resonating in a sound that those struggling within inner-city environments could relate towards. Even if not committing crimes yourself, it allowed you to have a voice that fully represented how you were feeling and what you were talking yourself out of doing. Not openly disrespecting nor pointing the finger towards other individuals, it let you point the finger at yourself whilst stating, "this is for me, because this is how I feel on a nearly daily basis." Not resorting in trying to house a grudge towards others, it spoke upon not giving up while the weight of the burden rested upon your shoulders. The production lacks in housing a strongly commercial individual to give the party & "BS" crowd something to relate towards. Though, a mild attempt towards such is reached with the song "Tear The Club Up." Mild attempt as it's not for the fun party-players, but more for the "thug" individuals who want to crazily have fun in the party-setting.It even has some chill vibe songs, to just blast on repeat while trying to get your mind on a different vibe to focus while not drowning within your personal misery. No, this is not an album for someone whom joyously bathes in the sun. This is one for those whom like the real, but also want to feel like they aren't alone with a chance of escaping the trap they are inside of. This isn't for everyone. Though, for those whom it is for, it easily throws itself in contention for declaration of the *Classic* status.
Dondallon
In 2015, all three members of The LOX each issued out a solo album for the last three months of the year. The initiator of the releases was A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy by Styles P (in October), followed by Top 5 Dead Or Alive by Jadakiss (in November), then Silverback Gorilla 2 by Sheek Louch (in December). The albums were not commercially successful, but that wasn't what the members were aiming to appease. The albums garnered a good bit of "urban" respect, which was what the crew was shooting towards. Yet, a bit of the younger "urban" listeners didn't initially take towards the albums with the same regard as the youth of yesteryears took to it. Though, the albums became highly regarded by the actual urban environments at the start of 2016. Sadly, that primarily came from bootleg purchasers & illegal downloads. This work, A Wise Guy And A Wise Guy, spoke more towards the edgier "hood" side of the road. Luckily, it was strongly appreciated by individuals on such a side of life. Shame, though, that it wasn't properly shown respect with legitimate purchases. While giving respect to those whom carved the niche prior, Styles P kept the album resonating in a sound that those struggling within inner-city environments could relate towards. Even if not committing crimes yourself, it allowed you to have a voice that fully represented how you were feeling and what you were talking yourself out of doing. Not openly disrespecting nor pointing the finger towards other individuals, it let you point the finger at yourself whilst stating, "this is for me, because this is how I feel on a nearly daily basis." Not resorting in trying to house a grudge towards others, it spoke upon not giving up while the weight of the burden rested upon your shoulders. The production lacks in housing a strongly commercial individual to give the party & "BS" crowd something to relate towards. Though, a mild attempt towards such is reached with the song "Tear The Club Up." Mild attempt as it's not for the fun party-players, but more for the "thug" individuals who want to crazily have fun in the party-setting.It even has some chill vibe songs, to just blast on repeat while trying to get your mind on a different vibe to focus while not drowning within your personal misery. No, this is not an album for someone whom joyously bathes in the sun. This is one for those whom like the real, but also want to feel like they aren't alone with a chance of escaping the trap they are inside of. This isn't for everyone. Though, for those whom it is for, it easily throws itself in contention for declaration of the *Classic* status.