Birdman and Rick Ross, ‘The H: The Lost Album, Vol. 1′ – Mixtape Review
Five years ago the two rap label heads got in the studio and recorded ‘The H: The Lost Album, Vol. 1.’
On the 11-track collaborative project, the two rappers show off their flashy lifestyle, rapping of money, jewelry, women and the best of the best whips.
On the soulfully-sampled ‘Betty Stout,’ Birdman raps about hustling forward no matter the circumstances. “We did a little time and got back up on the grind,” he delivers.
‘Why’ possesses a similar vintage-feel as Ross and Birdman spit about desiring success but always being on the brink of trouble. “Me and Bird had a vision, tryna stay out of prison / Gun charge I don’t want, got a make a decision,” raps Rozay.
The heavy-hitting ‘Don’t Hustle Again’ is a dedication to all the money they have and all the bread that they have yet to stack. On the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-produced ‘Addicted,’ Birdman and Ross are moving bricks to reel in more income.
‘The H: The Lost Album, Vol. 1′ is definitely for go-hard Birdman and Rick Ross fans who want to add some new tracks to their collections.
Listen to Birdman & Rick Ross’ ‘The Lost Album Vol. 1 2008′