Rapper Big Pooh Dusts Off Childhood Memories Over Evocative Nottz Chops (Audio)

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Rapper Big Pooh is gifted in the ability to present raps that many Heads can relate to. With Nottz composing a reflective arrangement of vocals (by Novej) and drums, the Virginia native returns to his childhood and adolescence from fast food jobs to high school proms, trying to look cool to that early infatuation with sports. “Memory” is just that.

The verses don’t go to the college days that would forge Little Brother, but they do cast a light on some of the experiences that made this veteran MC something refreshing for the masses.

Notably, this is not a product of the upcoming project between the VA MC and producer, but a spoonful of their ongoing musical chemistry.

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