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  1. yerboy
    Sep 06 - 2:08 am

    Doooppeee

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  2. JL.E
    Sep 06 - 2:19 am

    Really dope! Kendrick Lamar be on that killing spree! Sooo dope!!!

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  3. HoodRiddance
    Sep 06 - 2:20 am

    Anybody else think he sounds like the male Nikki? Haha.. he can kill some verses but is too hit and miss to count on a full tape being good. Interested in the kendrick and royce features tho

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    LMH Reply:

    @HoodRiddance,

    Not even close. I’ve been rocking with Big Sean since he was only relevant in Detroit. And from that point all the way up to this mixtape, he hasn’t dissapointed. Actually, I think he’s much better on his own project than when he’s featured on other people’s tracks. His content is WAY more real.

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  4. quisy1212
    Sep 06 - 2:29 am

    sean didnt disappoint. shits on dedication 4

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    SMFH Reply:

    i just knew one of you lil fuck fucks were going to say something about dedication 4! now we know why Wayne is so famous becuz you people keep talking about him so he stay relevant everyday. so when someone ask why is he even what he is today its becuz you keep talking about him, and listen to his SO CALL SORRY MUSIC!

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    Trill Reply:

    @SMFH, lmao stfu loser

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  9. Joey
    Sep 06 - 7:48 pm

    You forgot to mention Wiz is featured.

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