Foul Mouth Jerk | Skrilla Warfare

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Skrilla Warfare

by Foul Mouth Jerk

Bass heavy hip hop about hustling...working hard & playing hard, party music at it's finest. Sometimes funny, often cynical, always intelligent .
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Old-School Rap
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1. Strictly For the Roosters
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2. On Smash
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3. It's Always Raining On the Westside
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4. Chill Biddy Interlude
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5. Merchanary
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6. Love & Respect
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7. Wing & A Prayer
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8. Petrerro's On the Case
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9. Last Call Interlude
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10. Still Not An Asshole
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Album Notes
On his third solo outing, the Jerk focuses on a more party rocking style, than his previous offering. Still as sharp & complex as ever, the Jerk offers a bit more tongue in cheek delivery on songs such as “Still Not an Asshole”. This album expresses a very thorough work ethic, not surprising from the self proclaimed “working man’s MC”, as well as an “enjoy the ride, before it’s over” vibe, not usually heard from the Jerk. All production is by the Number 3, and all verses are by FMJ with no guest appearances. Solid all the way through.


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