For those who have been following Waka Flocka Flame songs in his hit album “Flockaveli” you know why this rapper has earned himself a top spot in the MC’s of the year. Many would admit not getting into the Flocka movement at first pass, but once you get the groove of things, you’ll find out why hip hop fanatics have been raving about his music since Flockaveli was released in late 2010. This 1017 Brick Squad artistdid step it up a notch in this album keeping the party going.
- “No Hands” Probably one of the best among Waka Flocka Flame Songs, this one features Wale and Roscoe Dash. Roscoe Dash did a good job with his signature hooks while guest artist Wale created a different twist as he drops a flow. It may be third single in “Flockaveli,” but “No hands” was the one who gave Flocka his first gold plaque.
- “Hard in Da Paint” Call the lyrics amusing or the beat funky but the king of “o doin things” once again held no punches and brought his trademark energetic style out. Lex Luger was in his usual genius self with the video complimenting the beat with a hilarious story line. Among the Waka Flocka Flame Songs, this one has a lot of backstage stories including gang activity and some Gucci-ish drama.
- “Grove St. Party” “It’s a party, it’s a party, it’s a party” no need to say it thrice but this Waka Flocka Flame song dropped it. Another collaboration, this time with Kebo Gotti (yeah, Flocka does not like doing it on his own) this definite hit gets even a two year old gets the groove.
- “O Let’s Do It” Considered a major rap anthem of the previous year, “Oh Leh Do Eh” as Waka says it proves why it is the lead single of the Waka Flock Flame Songs in “Flockaveli.” Talk about head banging rap music. And don’t start yapping about the rhymes as Flocka proved that he “ain’t after rhymes and stuff just hardcore hip hop rap music.”
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