Tragedy Khadafi Freestyles Over Drop A Gem On ‘Em (Audio)

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History sometimes forgets. Tragedy Khadafi, by way of 25 To Life, was indeed part of the East-West Coast beef. A descendant of the Juice Crew, the Intelligent Hoodlum remains one of Marley Marl’s last great proteges. So understanding the “L.A., L.A.” subtext, it’s tongue-in-cheek to see Traj hop on the beat that Mobb Deep christened to take hard shots at 2Pac. From DJ J-Ronin’s Freestyle Files, Vol. 2 mixtape, Khadafi returns to some of his A&M/Gee Street Records-form, and blisters the beat.

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