This Week In New Houston Rap: Dante Higgins, hasHBrown, Hollywood FLOSS
Dude, it's a mixtape cover made from a Zelda cartridge. ZELDA. That alone would merit mention here, but the true fun lies in the fact TLC is essentially Hollywood going East Coast, with features from Termanology and Thee Tom Hardy, while also making his Texas roots known with Nosaprise and Fat Tony on board. Plus, Chris Rockaway is here for plenty of the production, so not only can Legend be quickly digested, it can be beloved as well.
Best Track: "Ridin Feelin Good". The '70s blaxploitation feel of the claps and guitar waahs mesh easily with Fat Tony's trip through childhood, but FLOSS makes it more than known that it's his track when slowing his flow down to a whisper and begging the question, "Where the hoes at?" Mitt Romney asked this question when digging through his binders Tuesday night, trust.
Runner-up: "Safe Than Sorry," with Nosaprise and Ryshon Jones.