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Guilt [PA] *

  • 1. Guilt
    2. Skit, The
    3. On & On
    4. Love Rollercoaster - (featuring LeToya)
    5. Move (If You Wanna)
    6. One Day - (featuring Ky-Mani Marley)
    7. Chasing Sunshine - (featuring KVN)
    8. Rock 'n Rollin' - (featuring J. Holiday/Tech N9ne)
    9. Be My Hustla - (featuring J. Holiday)
    10. Makin' Money
    11. In My Life (Why Oh Why)
    12. One Last Kiss - (featuring Soler Mesh)
    13. Heal Me (Outro)
    14. I Do - (featuring Nice & Smooth)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 272792

  • Credits
    ProducerMarco Bosco; Winston 'Blackout' Thomas; The Kaliphat; Danny Boy; Armando Soler; Da Internz; Jim Jonsin
    EngineerMarco Bosco; Terrence Cash; Winston 'Blackout' Thomas; Rob Marks; Da Internz; Blake Eiseman

    Personnel: Antwuan "Tao" Simpson, Krystle Servick (vocals); Francesco Romano (guitar); Armando Soler (background vocals).
    Audio Mixers: Ari Levine; Robert Marks; Blake Eiseman; Jim Jonsin; Brian Springer.
    Audio Remasterer: Chris Bellman.
    Recording information: Blackout Movement Studios, Miami, FL; Doppler Studios, Atlanta, GA; Martian Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA; Midnight Blue Studios, Miami, FL; Pac 12 Studios, Hollywood, CA; PatchWerk Recording Studios, Atlanta, GA; Upstairs Studio, Atlanta, GA.
    Photographer: Zach Wolfe.
    In the wake of the blockbuster success of "This is Why I'm Hot," some claimed Manhattan-based rapper Mims as the new face of New York rap. But Mims's zip code is something of a red-herring, as the shiny, synth-laden beats of "This is Why I'm Hot" were crafted by the Florida beatmakers Blackout Movement, who evoke the laidback sprawl of Southern Rap more than the claustrophobic, sample-based soundscapes of New York hip-hop. On Mims's sophomore release, GUILT, the Blackout Movement return to lend their distinctive Southern touch, while fellow Floridian Jim Jonesin adds yet another down-home flavor to the proceedings. Though Mims is hardly known for his lyrical acumen, one track here, "Rock `n Rollin,'" features some surprisingly swift wordplay as Mims name-checks well-known rock acts in a series of charmingly self-aggrandizing boasts.

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