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by Pizzo
16 June, 2011@1:01 am
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“Pacewon and Mr. Green are back with a triumphant new single from the highly anticipated follow up to their classic album “The Only Color That Matters is Green” The new album “Only Number That Matters is Won” is coming late this summer and will feature guest appearances from Snoop Dogg, Lee Scratch Perry, Masta Ace as well as some special surprises. Be on the lookout for ‘The Only Number That Mattes is Won’”

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  • Dirty Dee says:

    No what happened was, Eminem blew up and left everybody behind except for those D12 bums because D12 hated on everybody else Em was down with…they sucked!! I guess Em was trying to display some twisted form of loyalty to them…Outsidaz took Em in, looked out for him and disrespect was their only reward…SN: Dre made Em take Pace Won and Young Zee off a song called Amityville on The Marshall Mathers LP and replaced them with Bizarre’s wack ass rapping about f–king his cousin in his ass…WTF? Em’s a sucker…

  • Dudes im just happy to see Pace Won still doing music…now can we get another OUTSIDAZ album?!? i mean it’s been over 7 years already sheesh hahaha

  • TomL says:

    I would call green a lot of things… but innovative is not one of them. He can flip samples and bring the good old catchy hip hop sound like no one else. Pacewon fits in perfectly over them too… not quite sure why snoop is a guest, but this album is going to be fire… or not.. but either way I can’t wait to hear it

  • McNulty says:

    @TomL- For what it’s worth, that track “CHildren SIng” off of their first LP is the most harmonious rap beat I’ve ever heard, so that’s sorta where I’m coming from on the “innovative” tip. Pause

  • TomL says:

    I get what you’re saying… but if you listen to Nottz old production for Bad Seed or Boogieman you will hear the same type of tracks which were done way before

    He’s still a great producer, but I would reward him for a great ear, consistency and simply great sounding beats… not innovation (but to each his own)

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