The spirits of Biggie and Tupac still loom heavily on the rap game, but there are many other rappers who died too young and left a legacy behind. Gudda Gudda makes sure that everyone gets their due on his new aptly titled record, "Pay Homage". The New Orleans rapper starts out close to home, shouting out Soulja Slim and B.G., the former of which died in 2003, and the latter has been locked up since 2012.
He later gets to the bigger names, but also shouts out Big L, and Big Pun, as well as those who helped him get on, namely Lil Wayne. Pac and Biggie are represented in interview clips, that enter sporadically throughout.
I remember when B.G. had the city smokin'
Chopper City was bumpin' out of every ride rollin'
Can't forget about Soulja Slim
RIP, I used to wanna be like Soulja Slim
No Limit and Cash Money had the city on smash
Back then I was a young nigga plottin' on cash