Hustle Gang - 40 Acres Feat. Rossi, RaRa & T.I. [New Song]

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DJ MLK drops off a new Hustle Gang collaboration.

It's basically been a year since we saw the Hustle Gang crew together. The T.I.-led group, composed of some of the ATL native's signees to Grand Hustle Records, dropped their first compilation together G.D.O.D. (Get Dough or Die) back in 2013, following it up with a second instalment in 2014. Since then, though, the crew has taken somewhat of a backseat, reuniting last summer for the official music video to "I Don't Fuck With You."

Perhaps another collaborative mixtape is underway, as Hustle Gang's DJ MLK has unleashed a new cut this afternoon, featuring two lesser-known Hustle affiliates, Rossie and RaRa, who are balanced out by head honcho Tip. The marching band-like production is countered with introspective lyrics, ones that touch on how '40 acres and a mule' might be interpreted present day.

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40 Acres

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DJ MLK drops off a new Hustle Gang collaboration.


It's basically been a year since we saw the Hustle Gang crew together. The T.I.-led group, composed of some of the ATL native's signees to Grand Hustle Records, dropped their first compilation together G.D.O.D. (Get Dough or Die) back in 2013, following it up with a second instalment in 2014. Since then, though, the crew has taken somewhat of a backseat, reuniting last summer for the official music video to "I Don't Fuck With You."

Perhaps another collaborative mixtape is underway, as Hustle Gang's DJ MLK has unleashed a new cut this afternoon, featuring two lesser-known Hustle affiliates, Rossie and RaRa, who are balanced out by head honcho Tip. The marching band-like production is countered with introspective lyrics, ones that touch on how '40 acres and a mule' might be interpreted present day.

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