"Am I listening to the same clip as everyone else? Cuz the one I've listened sounds like $#*% 50's two verses should be one, and the messing with his voice needs to stop. I was expecting Fifty to murder this track. Maybe he has lost his…"
Spyder D, (whose birth name is Sidney Duane Hughes), began his career in earnest in 1979 after being inspired by hearing legendary radio DJ Frankie Crocker on WBLS-FM in NY play a yet unsigned bands debut single. That band was Vaughan Mason & Crew and the song was "Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll". "Spyder" immediately decided he…See More
"I'm interested bc it's a true story and not just another show glorifying that lifestyle. People can learn from true stories and all types of stories about black culture need to be told - the good, the bad and the ugly."