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Leanin' On Slick

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30 and Up
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Leanin' On Slick
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I Can Get It Myself
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What You Gone Do With That
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One Cup, Two Cup
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Cold Piece
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Pass the Hint
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I'm No Cassanova
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Show Me Them Shoes
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Workin' Man's Blues
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Boss
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Things Get Better
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Hit the Road
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 40:21

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Nate Patrin’s writing has appeared in several far-flung corners of music critic circles, ranging from Pitchfork to SPIN to the Seattle Weekly and the Minneapoli...more »

05.30.13
Aceyalone, Leanin' On Slick
2013 | Label: Decon

From the breaks that first propelled Kool Herc’s parties in ’73 to Dre’s minimoogs to Mystikal’s manic James Brown tics, funk has not only provided a foundational structure to hip-hop, it’s often risen to the surface and flat-out driven it. West Coast indie-rap vet Aceyalone has spent more than 20 years riding the outskirts of that territory, through his time with Freestyle Fellowship to his cult-classic solo debut All Balls Don’t Bounce to the later-career… read more »

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F'in good

BigMoo23

This is funk & hiphop, but not funky hiphop. if you know what I mean. Subtle difference, but it's there when you try and compare to a funky hiphop group like Ugly Duckling or Speech Defect etc. either way you look at it the production is ace and the rapping is too... as always

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