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Scorzayzee
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Great track but he talks about his experiences with smoking here: https://soundcloud.com/radio1stories/sco...the-s-word
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#2
Like the name sounds kinda like Jay-Z. Lyrics are a shit load better though, none of that getin money, look how rich I am BS.
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#3
GB hip-hop pro'lly doesn't get enough air-time stateside, but some is da bomb, e.g.'The Streets' first CD. French, too. Less of the bling, bullets, look at my dick, schtick. Conscious street-sounds...yeah.
Scorzayzee= Marty Scorsese?

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#4
No airtime here. So yea guess thats not enough. Yea I caught the reference to the director of Goodfellas, but the flow is much like many Jay-Z songs so that I heard as well. I've been known to overanalyze things though.
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#5
Yes, big fan of Scorz. Him and alot of the notts emcees, cappo especially.

Seen the spoof he made with shane meadows? Brilliantly done that one.

For good measure, full on battle lyrics:



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(27-07-2013, 07:16 PM)xenon787 Wrote: Yes, big fan of Scorz. Him and alot of the notts emcees, cappo especially.

Seen the spoof he made with shane meadows? Brilliantly done that one.

For good measure, full on battle lyrics:




Never heard cappo will get to know, thanks. This guy shows promise 
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