Following an unsuccessful one-album stint with Tommy Boy, Midwestern hardcore rapper Shoestring returned to his indie roots, joining forces with the Detroit-based Overcore label. While the major-label, glossy sound of his Tommy Boy album was indeed a pleasure, the gritty, lo-fi sound of Cross Addicted is more fitting for Shoestring, an artist far too harsh for the majors. Besides the street-quality production, Shoestring brings some menacing rhymes to the table, along with some catchy hooks, dropping lyrics about everything from cars and drugs to hoes and parties to cops and killing
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the classic, 2nd solo album from Shoestring of The Dayton Family (Flint, M. 2001 I do not own this song andor image(s) . .1. Chevy Intro 0:00 2. Chevy Ride By 1:01 3. Wrecking Mics And Pianos 4:35 4. Dead Or Alive 9:19 5. Smell The Aroma 13:07 6. What You Want To Do featuring Jake The Flake 16:53 7. Let Me In This Motherfucka 20:18 8. Young Intro 25:05 9. I'm Still A Killa 25:45.
Cross Addicted - Shoestring. Genre: rap. Songs: 20. Artist: Shoestring. Songs: Shoestring - Chevy Intro 01:01. Shoestring - Chevy Ride By 03:40. Shoestring - Wrecking Mics and Pianos 04:38. Shoestring - Dead or Alive 03:47. Shoestring - Smell the Aroma 03:43. Shoestring - What You Want to Do 03:26. Shoestring - Let Me in This Motherfucka 04:52. Shoestring - Young Intro 00:35. Shoestring - I'm Still a Killa 03:02.
2001, Album, Dayton Family, Flac, Hip-Hop, Shoestring, USA. Download related rap music to listen. Blaze Ya Dead Homie – The Casket Factory (2016) . Luke – I Got Sumthin’ On My Mind (1992) . BudaMunk – Monkey Tape 2016 (2016) . Prince – Purple Medley (1995) (CDS). Eminem – The Slim Shady LP (1999).
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The Dayton Family is an American hip hop group from Flint, Michigan. The group is composed of Ira "Bootleg" Dorsey, Raheen "Shoestring" Peterson and Matt "Backstabba" Hinkle. The name Dayton Family derives from Dayton Street, one of the most crime-ridden streets in their hometown. In 1993, Ira Dorsey and Raheen Peterson met through their younger brothers. The two began writing together, under the names Bootleg and Shoestring, and created their first song, "Dope Dayton Ave".
|2||Chevy Ride By|
|3||Wrecking Mics And Pianos
Featuring – Billy Smokes
|4||Dead Or Alive|
|5||Smell The Aroma
Featuring – Billy Smokes
|6||What You Want To Do
Featuring – Jake The Flake
|7||Let Me In This Motherfucka|
|8||Young G Intro|
|9||I'm Still A Killa|
Featuring – Kalota , Shook
|13||I Can't Take It
Featuring – Herb The Derb
|15||This Is How We Kill|
Featuring – Young D.P.
|18||Mother Fuck The Cops|
|19||Let Me In This Mother Fucka (Remix)|
|20||Drunk Dan Intro|
|TVT2190-2||Shoestring||Cross Addicted (CD, Album)||TVT Records, Overcore||TVT2190-2||US||2001|
|TVT2190-4||Shoestring||Cross Addicted (Cass, Album)||TVT Records, Overcore||TVT2190-4||US||2001|
|none||Shoestring||Cross Addicted (CDr, Album, Promo)||TVT Records, Overcore||none||US||2001|