Yeah, I peeped that 79th & Halsted cut on that Monsters of the Midway comp but I never really listened to the lyrics. Why Dayton Family got a song about 79th & Halsted if they from Flint? One of em' originally from Chicago or somethin? I don't even think GDs got a deck on 79th & Halsted, that's Trap Town BPS hood.
^^^^^Right, I listened to the cut real quick last night and noticed it's called Nowhere 2 Run. Like they gettin at the Brothas(Lords or Moes) over there, they got Nowhere 2 Run and they did some shit to em'.
Just go done listenin to the album. It's str8. Like someone else said, tha flows are tight but the production is lackin on some of the songs. "If U Wanna Hate On Me" is the best song on there. Billy Smokes got a cold ass verse on there. Everyday Hoe is a remake of Breed's old song of the same name. I'll probably still buy it. I'm from Dayton Hood, TDF is like a religion out there. Gotta support the home team. I'm surprised that Jake the Flake, Ghetto E and Backstabber were nowhere on this album. I think the features on the album were the label's idea.
Just copped it....Very good solid album. My favorite song is "Ass Whoop" this has that old school Dayton flow best line is:
"Snipin like John Malvo/
Bitches hittin the gravel/
My bullets movin like they got OnStar when they travel"
19 tracks all filled with songs no fill in. good album i like it better than DopeHouse but not as good as my fav "Whats On My Mind" or even FBI
I let my neighbors peep ASS WHOOP,to show´em how much i like it--------
they must´ve heard it.....the walls were shakin´...and it was 1 in da morn´,....but i just didn´t give a KCUF about it,i was glad to peep "FAMILY FEUD" from THE DAYTON FAMILY....