As we previously reported, Black Rob is set to make his debut on Duck Down Records next week with Game Tested, Streets Approved. Before we get to hear the entire thing, the former Bad Boy artist decided to give a breakdown of each track on the album, from opener "Welcome Back" to closer/Sean Price-assisted "No Fear." He speaks much more on certain cuts than others, mostly because he thinks some are self-explanatory. The most revealing moment is when he says that the very personal "Made Me a Man" is inspired by the Wu-Tang Clan. Although, a close second is his description of "This Is What It Is," aka the first track he ever produced himself. It's apparently a lighthearted joint that he then compares to "Nathan Franks." Hilarious.
You can watch the track-by-track breakdown below. Game Tested, Streets Approved drops July 26 on Duck Down.
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