Young Buck, Starlito & Young Dolph Sets It Off The Tenn-A-Key Way On "Streets Sour"
Young Buck rounds up his fellow Tennessee native.
Young Buck may be on an iron vacation (word to Wu-Tang) for a while, but that is not stopping him from dropping heat to set these digital streets on fire. He just set it off with two of the most prolific independent artists in Tennessee, Young Dolph and Starlito for the down southern posse cut, “Streets Sour.” The hottest record you might hear all day.
The trio each deliver some incendiary and very distinctly graphic verses over some frantic production by Bandplay. And while Dolph hits us with highly visual bars and Lito comes through with his punishing lyricism, Buck refuses to be outshined as he raps lines like, “Momma poppin’ Xanax bars/Playin’ numbers and wrecking cars/I keep takin’ dope money/Puttin’ it on a checking card.” The fellowship and chemistry between these three Tennessee Titans is very visible as it is the most essential aspect of what makes this song a solid banger.
“Streets Sour” will appear on the forthcoming “Free Young Buck” edition of the “Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks” mixtape series hosted
Bump this song on 1000 right here.