Fashawn Takes An Above The Law Classic & Hits Freestyle Switches (Video)

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Fashawn stopped by Tim Westwood’s crib to freestyle. The mainstay British DJ knew just what to hit Fash’ with. Beginning with Above The Law’s “Black Superman,” the Mass Appeal Records artist gets to work. Finding his own G-Funk lyrics, the Fresno, California MC seems to come off the dome in delivering jagged bars about why he’s one of the nicest on and off the mic. The improvisation hardly deters the veteran DJ Exile protege, who keeps his flow fast as he slides through Cold 187um’s wicked instrumental.

Tim changes the beat up, into J. Cole’s “Fire Squad.” There, Fash’ takes a peer’s track and further finesses the moment. Going back into his days outside the law as a teenager, Young Santiago keeps things hardcore, certainly using the opportunity to show his range.

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