Cory Mo - "Country Rap Tunes" MixtapeBy Noisey Staff
Nostalgia is a powerful thing, especially when a dude who helped invent something comes back shaking the Nostalgia Stick in your face. That's exactly the case with Cory Mo's new Country Rap Tunes, Volume 2 mixtape, which finds the producer--who effectively served as Pimp C's undstudy--giving us lush ear-candy that'd make his mentor proud. So when Cory (that's him up there between Talib Kweli and Killer Mike) teams up with DJ Burn One, country rap's current standard-bearer, to release another installment of his Country Rap Tunes tape series, you bet your ass we're dropping everything to stick these tunes in our ears. Guest appearances by Killer Mike, 2 Chainz, Talib Kweli, Slim Thug, Starlito and the aforementioned legends that are Bun and Devin, so the stream's below and we hope you know what's good for you.
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