Waka Flocka Jacks Beats From Nas, Tribe, D.O.C., Mobb Deep and SPITS?? That’s Right…(Audio)

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Almost two weeks ago, Waka Flocka Flame rattled even his biggest skeptics with “3:30,” a lyrical clinic over-top of J. Cole’s “Fire Squad” instrumental. The response was overwhelming for the Brick Squad Monopoly rapper who isn’t given his credit as “an MC” just every day.

So what does he do next?

Fozzy Bear sets the clock to “5:56,” (the length of the track) and links with DJ Whoo Kid for more of the same. However, instead of Flock’ grabbing another current day instrumental, Gucci Mane’s onetime star protege snags classics kicks and snares from the likes of The D.O.C., Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Mobb Deep, Craig Mack, A Tribe Called Quest, and more.

Rappers say sophisticated shit to sound clever / When it come to business, I handle mine better.

Did you know Waka and Whoo Kid both rep that Queens originally?

Can Waka bring this to an album?

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