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Download ShabZi Madallion & Jimmy
Wiz Look At The Team Full
Album

Wise Guys of Hip Hop, Jimmy Wiz and ShabZi
Madallion , release Look At The Team with the
unmissable message that any sign of disloyalty
and detraction from the cartel’s collective
vision of reaching don status, will get you
wacked.
a time where the self and singular success is
at the forefront, the pair have combined their
lyrical prowess, production team and visual
aesthetics to show that going far requires going
together.

Opening with the Nicki Walker produced The
Time Has Come, which features former late
President Nelson Mandela’s famous quote
about how working together breeds success,
the duo set the scene of the crime of the
collective push of the movement.
ShabZi Madallion immediately cocks his unique
story-telling glock a la Henry Hill on Look At
The Team and unleashes a spray of
braggadocio truths about the unbreakable
strength of the team.

Jimmy Wiz comes through on his Cicero-
unshakeable and immovable from his position
in the clique and the game – with a menacing
delivery of the juxtaposition of being
independent in the game while being a clique
that is ride or die and leaves no man behind.
Themes such as love, success and purpose are
explored throughout the project on joints such
as Big Dreams, Better with Time and Forever
and a Day, with the overarching themes of
loyalty and brotherhood maintained as they
thread their individual experiences into the
overall impact on the collective.
Through its production by Nicki Walker, Beats
by Blass and Sp Dubb, Look at the Team pays
homage to producers synonymous for
collaborative success such as Dr Dre (On That
Interlude) and Jermaine Drupri (Wish You
Would).

While paying homage to other infamous Hip
Hop crews such as N.W.A, Public Enemy, Tha
Dogg Pound, A Tribe Called Quest, Mobb Deep
and G-Unit in their approach, the pair’s
respective, signature sounds are maintained
through ShabZi’s unapologetic tackling of often
taboo issues and Jimmy’s flawless transition
from grimey and gutta to heart-snatchingly
sweet and back. Overall, Hip Hop’s Good
Fellas come through with an unmistakeable but
not overbearing confidence in their ability,
camaraderie and production mob, despite the
inevitable pinches of the structures of the
industry at times – testament to the fact that if
there is united vision, commitment to the craft
and unwavering passion – everybody can, and
will, be made.

Download & Listen To Album Below.



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