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2 Sides of da Bottom

Posa, Rubberband OG

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1.1
Packs from Cali  EXPLICIT
Posa; Rubberband OG
2:50
1.2
Been Through It  EXPLICIT
Posa; Rubberband OG
3:17
1.3
Burn One  EXPLICIT
Posa
3:28
1.4
Even Better  EXPLICIT
Posa; Rubberband OG
2:43
1.5
Cursed  EXPLICIT
Posa
2:08
1.6
Enemies  EXPLICIT
Posa; Rubberband OG
2:04
1.7
Use To  EXPLICIT
Rubberband OG
2:13
1.8
Buy a Body  EXPLICIT
Posa; Rubberband OG
2:48
1.9
I Know That's Real  EXPLICIT
Rubberband OG
2:46
1.10
Big Dogg Shit  EXPLICIT
Posa; Rubberband OG
2:59
Total Playing Time    27:16
Alabama rappers and label-mates Posa and Rubberband OG team-up on this Think It's A Game collaboration album. The release details the hard life of poverty and violence that has shaped both artists, and their inevitable rise to the top.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Think It's A Game/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains material which has been processed by a perceptual audio coding algorithm

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