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Nobody liked it much when T.I. started calling himself the "King of the South" in the early aughts, but one person who really genuinely, particularly didn't like it was Houston's Lil Flip. Born Wesley Eric Weston on the southside of Houston, in the Cloverland neighborhood, Flip made a name for himself around the turn of the millennium with a tape called "The Leprechaun," which featured one of the great, goofy Southern rap album covers in the history of the form: Flip in a shiny green suit smiling over a huge bowl of Lucky Charms. Comment?
T.I.'s "Paperwork" plays out as an uneven effort that isn't so much inherently flawed as it is unentertaining through long stretches. Sifting through the annals of history, it's evident that most kings historically rose to prominence through familial ties or implemented bloody campaigns. Comment?
There are two types of people in this world: Those who will not dork out upon seeing the phrase "'Like A Pimp 2015' [ft. Lil Flip]" and those who will. Comment?
MIXTAPE OF THE WEEK: Hollywood FLOSS, God's Forgotten Angel I doubt God has forgotten about Hollywood FLOSS. Well, he may have forgotten about his beloved Lakers last season, but that's beside the point. Comment?
Lil Flip releases new single "Game Over II" from his new album "El JEFE" on the 10 year Anniversary of releasing his original single "Game Over" and signing his new artist from Detroit, Michigan "Rev City". After selling 23 million albums and 12 million ringtones, Lil Flip decided it was time to go independent. Comment?
Last week, Complex's Magnum Opus series that features artists talking about their biggest hits featured Mike Jones discussing " Still Tippin '." The installment interviewed everyone involved with the record, as well as provided a context for the scene it came from and a play-by-play of how the track blew up. Comment?
... flash that attracted Basswood Lane to Southern. Wayne's brother Jamie Lee thought he looked like Houston rapper Lil' Flip upon seeing him downtown. He brought Southern back to his East Austin studio and recorded "On the Highway." After that, ... Comment?
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