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29 April, 2011@5:55 pm
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Last night on Kay Slay’s Shade 45 show Black Rob premiered his new song “Can’t Make It In NY” produced by O.Z.10037. The song is off Black Rob’s upcoming album Game Tested, Streets Approved in stores July 26th on Duck Down Music.


Game Tested, Streets Approved is a 14-track album with notable production from Buckwild, Coptic & Black Rob himself. Black Rob sounds true to form in his delivery, selection of beats & topics discussed within his new project. The album maintains a balance between personal accounts from time spent in prison, adjustment back to the streets & plans for future success. Black Rob, a former Bad Boy recording artist, has sold over 1 million records in his career. This past Friday, Black Rob joined Diddy on stage at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC to perform both new & memorable hits such as “Whoa!”


Black Rob plans to release iTunes & Best Buy deluxe-editions of ‘Game Tested, Streets Approved’ with separate bonus tracks for both retail outlets.



Black Rob – “Can’t Make It In New York”

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4 Responses to "Black Rob – “Can’t Make It In New York”"
  • TomL says:

    I used to listen to black rob back in the days… hoping he brings some heat next time around as well

  • Dayz says:

    yeah this song was just ok… Def wanna hear the whole album before passing judgment on whether or not he still has the heat.

  • nickwolf says:

    i liked the into to his album with “whoa” on it. i too hope this one is good, mos def better than his last push

  • TomL says:

    Judging from this track… he’s still got it somewhat, but sounds a bit rusty

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