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Monday, September 29, 2014

Guest Mix: Pepperboy

Posted By on Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 12:49 PM

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Here's a collection of 9 records that's really had and effect on my career. These records have touched me in many ways ... some are very personal and even disturbing at times when I hear them, because of certain situations I been through where those records were playing in the background. I'm proud to share this 9 track soundtrack with Arkansas Times because these records mean so much to me and I hope you enjoy!!!

1. Master P - "Neverending Game" 
2. 5th Ward Boyz - "Your Life" 
3. EZSD - "Puttin In Work" 
4. 50 Cent - "Crime Wave"
5. Hot Boys - "Get It How U Live"
6. Phil Collins - "In The Air Tonight" 
7. Gerard McMann - "Cry Little Sister"
8. UGK - "Diamonds & Wood"
9. King George - "Life of a Kingpin"

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