“Jeezy Ain’t Ever Put Out A Bad Album”

“Jeezy Ain’t Ever Put Out A Bad Album”

[Each week, SOHH asks two entertainment personalities to name their Top 5 hip-hop artists of all-time. To make things tricky, we’ve created a “Hall of Fame” of emcees (see right) who are universally respected and therefore may not be mentioned. After “Love & Hip Hop: New York” cast member Lore’l named her top picks, NFL twin brothers Mike and Maurkice Pouncey name their hottest five.]

lil-boosie-2013-05-07-50x65.jpgLil Boosie. It’s because of his words. We understand what he’s been through. We came from a small town city and it wasn’t the best city ever but you can kind of relate to some of the things he says. You have to respect his music. -Maurkice I would have to put Lil Boosie first because that’s what I can relate to. A lot of stuff in his songs, I can relate to. One thing about Lil Boosie, he never turned on any of his homeboys. I’m a big Boosie fan. -Mike

p-young-jeezy.jpgYoung Jeezy. Jeezy ain’t ever put out a bad album. You got to respect everything that he says. The way the music goes, the way he switched it up from what he used to say to what he’s saying now, it’s just awesome. -Maurkice

p-rick-ross.jpgRick Ross. That’s my turn up music. That’s what I’m always listening to. I had to put him on the list. -Maurkice He’s someone that we really mold ourselves around. -Mike

p-lil-wayne.jpgLil Wayne. Weezy been doing this since he was 14. -Maurkice

p-the-game.jpgThe Game. To be honest with you, I always had respect for Game and that [R.E.D Album] that he put out, it’s just unbelievable. I just respect everything that he’s doing so far. -Maurkice

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