Micheal Jackson - DJ Screw - PYT

Michael Jackson was the best. That’s been said. But he could have been a little better, as we learned when DJ Screw dropped Chapter 79: “Aint Nothin Better”. Don’t know why, but, somehow, this screwtape includes Michael Jackson’s “P.Y.T.”. Perhaps, someone thought SCREW needed a challenge. If anyone has the details regarding the Chapter 79 …

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DJ Screw and 20-2-Life-Servin' A Deuce

DJ SCREW deserves extra credit for this one. Introducing us to #SCREWED 20-2-Life is a gift. Because 20-2-Life was a local Houston duo that rapped almost exclusively about prison. 20-2-Life was for Incarceration, what the Fat Boys were for Snacks, sort of. SCREW did what know SCREW to do: Made it one of our favorites-on …

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The Game Goes On and It Might Not Ever Change

Thanks to @Spinnsideu for the suggestion. “The Game Goes On” is a straight classic for many reasons. As far as we’re aware, this was the only collaboration beteween K-RINO and Z-RO. Disappointing, considering the outcome of this combo on “The Game Goes On”. One of the more impressive examples of storytelling in hip-hop, Z-RO and K-RINO …

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Watch an Entire Club Serenade Z-RO with Acapella Performance of ‘Mo City Don’

Screwed Up Click hall-of-famer Z-RO has never stopped grinding. He was originally brought into the SUC in 1997 around the time he dropped “Look What You Did to Me”-an album he considers “shaky” at best. The album was still better than the average-and was ultimately a factor in getting hooked up with SCREW and Co. Z-RO …

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