Jay Rock Flashes The Black Hippy Sign In The Booth For 90059 (Audio)

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On TDE albums, Heads often flip over the digital covers in search of that coveted Black Hippy posse cut. On tomorrow’s (September 11) 90059 album by Jay Rock, it does exist. “Vice City” is no video game homage, but rather a verbal sin-bin for Jay, Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, and Ab-Soul.

The four Southern California MCs bust verses about lust, greed, and wrath—among others. These vices are real to the lyricists who simplify their flows for the playful Cardo beat. Each artist in the quartet has fun with their vocal timing, and cadence. For men known for deep minds, this moment says—hey, they’re imperfect humans too.

How does this stack up in the unofficial Black Hippy catalog?

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