Tracklist: 1. Sean Mac Intro 2. Holding 3. The Struggle 4. Twista Speaks 1 5. Get The Yayo 6. Twista Stays In Touch 7. Push Your Wig Back 8. Twista In The Studio 9. Pop Pop 10. Twista Speaks 2 11. Knock That Nigga Out 12. Get Low 13. Twista Speaks 3 14. 15. The Bomb 16. Twista Speaks 4 17. Two Times For My Nigga 18.
The Black Jason of Rap (with DJ Sean Mac). Released: November 6, 2007. Label: BCD Music Group, Inc. Format: Digital download. Reloaded (Hosted by Don Cannon). Released: September 4, 2012. Label: Self-released. List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name.
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Dj Sean Mac. 0. Stream. Added: 04/27/2010 by StreetFameEnt. Born and raised on Chicago's South East Side St. Nick begin rapping at the early age of 9. He started making a name for himself in the Chi at the age of 16 where he begin to enter rap battleâ€™s throughout the city while still attending high school. Geared with confidence the young artist would leave crowds speechless when in battles as well as opponents. Growing up on the East Side was not an easy task for the young artist losing many close friends and family due to violence, or incarnation
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The fifth album from Flying Lotus is the definition of a headphones album. Soundscapes presented throughout You’re Dead! are pure bliss; Flying Lotus blessed us with another thirty eight minutes of delectable ear candy. He blurs the line between stoner philosophy and serious ruminations on death, providing surprising clarity on metaphysical happenings in the form of astral projections and out of body experiences. For a mixtape that could only be downloaded if you made Mac a virtual sandwich and an album cover that looks like it was done by Picasso on codeine, this was a pretty grounded project. Despite fears that Mac was going to go off the deep end on the mixtape follow-up to his impressive left-field LP Watching Movies With The Sound Off, Faces was a shift towards the center if anything.