Mississippi rap prodigy and vocal advocate for the Gangster Disciple Nation DIRT has released a rebuttal to the controversy surrounding rapper Rick Ross and the cancellation of his God Forgives, I Don't Tour. A longtime member of the Gangster Disciple Nation, DIRT is the voice in the music world to get the message loud and clear to Rick Ross—"Make good on your promises to our brotherhood and keep your rap career alive." With a new single "Six," it is clear to see the blatant disrespect to the Gangster Disciple Nation with references of the Nation's leader, Larry Hoover and the use of the Star of David on the cover of The Black Bar Mitzvah mixtape will no longer be tolerated.
Not only an avid storyteller with slick rhymes and a fierce flow, but an advocate for bringing the Southern Hip-Hop Movement even further along in the Music World, DIRT is a name to remember. A devout affiliation with the Gangster Disciples has grounded DIRT with the stamina, loyalty and perseverance to conquer anything he places his mind to. Today he releases his explosive new single Six as an answer to the mockery of the Gangster Disciple Nation Rick Ross has been making. "I do not condone any violence, in fact I believe the matter can be handled, if he (Rick Ross) makes good on fiduciary arrangements that were to be handled a while back. But enough is enough with the blatant disrespect on my Nation and Larry Hoover. I'm here as the voice to the voiceless, my brothers and sisters and we will no longer tolerate the foolery of Ross." Dirt says.
DIRT dispels any alleged death threats that have been referenced, but does stand 100% by the fact Ross needs to own up to promises he has yet to make good on for the public use of the Gangster Disciple Nation to push singles, records and concerts. "This matter has nothing to do with the other members of Maybach Music Group in any way, but a straight violation on Ross' behalf of agreements that have been previously made." DIRT explains. The new single Six is an explosive track that lyrically and musically explains the situation. With a video coming soon, it is only hopefully that Ross' clears this matter up and everyone can come to terms. "I do not engage in "rap beefs", but I will stand up for what I believe in no matter what, in this case it is my family, the great Gangster Disciple Nation!"-DIRT
"SIX" was Produced by Trizz Money of the Machine, and was engineered by Bukoh Roccheadz. You can find the Press Release to this record and DIRT's stance on the GD's current matters at www.DIRT601.com or http://www.dirt601.blogspot.com/
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