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Reality Podcast Disc Jockey, DJ Blingg Kicks a Blazing Freestyle Over a Gangsta Boo (Instrumental)

Updated: Jan 16


In a thrilling showcase of his lyrical prowess, reality podcast disc jockey DJ Blingg delivers a scintillating freestyle over a Gangsta Boo instrumental, setting the airwaves on fire with his electrifying flow and captivating wordplay. With his undeniable charisma and commanding presence, DJ Blingg proves his versatility as he effortlessly navigates the dynamic beats, leaving listeners captivated by his artistic prowess. This explosive performance is a testament to DJ Blingg's unwavering dedication to the craft, solidifying his reputation as a formidable force in the world of podcasting and music.


DJ Blingg Freestyles Over “Gangsta Boo (Love Don't Live Here - Instrumental) ”

 

DJ Blingg - Flood Lights, Listen Below

 

Reality podcast disc jockey DJ Blingg tells BlastFM Blog that he simply couldn't pass up the opportunity to write a record to a classic, high-profile instrumental, as opposed to Triple Six Mafia's most elite instrumentals from their extensive catalog of hip-hop/rap beats.



During the late 90s & early 2000 takeover era in HipHop & rap genre the Hip Hop Rap groups were on the rise in the underground rap scene, Hypnotize Minds product was and still is till this day in high demand for hip-hop entertainment.




The Reality Podcast Disc Jockey showcases his skills on a vintage Gangsta Boo instrumental from her album "Both Worlds *69," which was her second solo studio album released during the summer of 2001 under Hypnotize Minds/Loud Records.


The classic remix track Love Don't Live Here Anymore is said to be a remake of Rose Royce 1979's classic - Love Don't live here anymore.



 

 
 

 

FLOOD LIGHTS BY DJ BLINGG



 



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