Title: Street Life
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Johnny Reed McKinzie Jr. (born March 31, 1985), better known by his stage name Jay Rock, is an American rapper and songwriter from Watts, California. Rock ultimately chose to pursue a career as a rapper over a life of street crime. Anthony Tiffith, the founder and CEO of the independent record label Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE), found Rock in 2005 and signed him to the label. In 2007, alongside TDE, Rock secured a recording contract with Warner Bros.
A brother on the corner, sellin crack If he had a job it wouldn't be like that But then again - black, what about the mail Hah, that he's makin, he ain't fakin His mind's in neutral and his body's revvin What car today, the five-o or the Legend? And what shoes to wear and what jacket Everyday thoughts in the cocaine racket Oops - almost forgot the best Rather have dents than a hole in the chest Now peep game as the game unfolds Cause now he got a mansion and a brand new Rolls Life goes on and the show don't stop Shootin up blocks and pa. .
Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Future, James Blake 2018. The major label released his single "All My Life" with guest star Lil Wayne in 2008, and then partnered him with the Game for the West Coast anthem "Follow Me Home. In 2011, the latter cut would become the title track to his debut album, which featured Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, will. am, Chris Brown, Tech N9ne, and Rick Ross. Lamar returned for Rock's 2015 sophomore release 90059, an album named after the Watts zip code.
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Album Rock Art Rock Contemporary Pop/Rock Glam Rock Proto-Punk. Confident Dramatic Elegant Plaintive Playful Reflective Romantic Rousing Soothing Sophisticated Stylish Theatrical Warm. Bryan Ferry, Roxy Music. Street Life: 20 Great Hits. The first compilation to attempt an all-encompassing overview of Bryan Ferry and Roxy Music's career, Street Life was originally released in 1986, four years on from the band's break-up. And, across four sides of vinyl, it represented one of the most lovingly compiled tombstones any band could receive.
|Bitches In The 90's||5:39|
|Mr. Slow Flow||3:39|
|Brothers Gotta Get A Grip||4:37|
|You Don't Hear Me Doe!||3:47|
|TR-0969-2||Kool Rock Jay||Street Life (CD, Album)||Triad Records||TR-0969-2||US||1992|
|TR-0969-1||Kool Rock Jay||Street Life (12", Smplr)||Triad Records||TR-0969-1||US||1992|
|TR-0969-4||Kool Rock Jay||Street Life (Cass)||Triad Records||TR-0969-4||US||1992|