×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International Inc.

Listen to

Welcome To Saigon - Screwed

by Saigon

Welcome To Saigon - Screwed by Saigon

Listen to

Welcome To Saigon - Screwed

by Saigon

Play on Rhapsody
Released:
Label: Aphilliates
New York's Saigon spent three years waiting for his debut to drop despite everyone from Newsweek to XXL calling him hip-hop's most promising new star. On "Shok TV," Saigon takes a swing at the two pillars of American culture -- consumerism and Christianity -- and advises people to "stop putting so much trust in your religion." "Color Purple," meanwhile, calls for gang unity and declares "most all y'all n*gg*s are slaves to y'all's ego." These rhymes sound desperate and immediate.

About This Album

New York's Saigon spent three years waiting for his debut to drop despite everyone from Newsweek to XXL calling him hip-hop's most promising new star. On "Shok TV," Saigon takes a swing at the two pillars of American culture -- consumerism and Christianity -- and advises people to "stop putting so much trust in your religion." "Color Purple," meanwhile, calls for gang unity and declares "most all y'all n*gg*s are slaves to y'all's ego." These rhymes sound desperate and immediate.

Songs

About This Album

New York's Saigon spent three years waiting for his debut to drop despite everyone from Newsweek to XXL calling him hip-hop's most promising new star. On "Shok TV," Saigon takes a swing at the two pillars of American culture -- consumerism and Christianity -- and advises people to "stop putting so much trust in your religion." "Color Purple," meanwhile, calls for gang unity and declares "most all y'all n*gg*s are slaves to y'all's ego." These rhymes sound desperate and immediate.