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Angel Dust

by Z-Ro

Angel Dust by Z-Ro

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Angel Dust

by Z-Ro

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Label: Rap-A-Lot Records
"I've been selling records for 10 (years), but I'm finally getting my buzz," brags Z-Ro on "Phuq With Me." It seems the wormhole of regional rap fandom has finally reached this veteran. Angel Dust continues a spate of hard-drug-themed titles, but he doesn't waste time talking about selling PCP. Its highlights include "Young Ni**a," where he interpolates Ahmad's '90s hit "Back in the Day" to describe a knucklehead imprisoned for life, plus "These Days," "Truth Is" and "Jaccers Wanna Know." His gangsta persona is a metaphor for surviving Houston's mean ghetto streets.

About This Album

"I've been selling records for 10 (years), but I'm finally getting my buzz," brags Z-Ro on "Phuq With Me." It seems the wormhole of regional rap fandom has finally reached this veteran. Angel Dust continues a spate of hard-drug-themed titles, but he doesn't waste time talking about selling PCP. Its highlights include "Young Ni**a," where he interpolates Ahmad's '90s hit "Back in the Day" to describe a knucklehead imprisoned for life, plus "These Days," "Truth Is" and "Jaccers Wanna Know." His gangsta persona is a metaphor for surviving Houston's mean ghetto streets.

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About This Album

"I've been selling records for 10 (years), but I'm finally getting my buzz," brags Z-Ro on "Phuq With Me." It seems the wormhole of regional rap fandom has finally reached this veteran. Angel Dust continues a spate of hard-drug-themed titles, but he doesn't waste time talking about selling PCP. Its highlights include "Young Ni**a," where he interpolates Ahmad's '90s hit "Back in the Day" to describe a knucklehead imprisoned for life, plus "These Days," "Truth Is" and "Jaccers Wanna Know." His gangsta persona is a metaphor for surviving Houston's mean ghetto streets.