If this only happened at the height of Mystikal's career, the end result (whenever it drops) may have been considered a classic. Nowadays, folks will just scoff at it instead of look at it as song by two aging rappers instead of a trip through memory lane.
Guess who's back.
They previously collaborated on "White Iverson."
Don't we all?
The Bay Area lyricist hits the streets of NYC.
M.I.A.'s final album, AIM, is out this Friday.