Let’s be honest: the 2010 debut album from Waka Flocka, Flockaveli, was one of those unassuming album that ultimately shifted the landscape of how we viewed Atlanta rap music. I mean, peep the singles that came from the album alone: “Hard in da Paint,” “No Hands,” “Grove St. Party,” and “O Let’s Do It.” “No Hands” essentially kick-started the second wind of Wale‘s career. “O Let’s Do It” was so popular that both the God Of Thunder and God Of Feasting joined him on the remix. And “Hard in da Paint” is still liable to cause a riot.
While his career may have been sidetracked by legal issues and reality shows, Fozzie Bear has somewhat revitalized his career with a string of well-received freestyles and mixtapes. He’s now ready to reveal the sequel to his 2010 breakout, Flockaveli 2, and he hopes to revisit the high-energy chaos of his first album with this Tarentino-produced first offering. Destroy some dishes and punch some holes in walls below.