The lyrically intense Nasty Nardo is nastier than he's ever been with his latest album release "Already Famous".
"Take A Picture", the first track is easily a standout, just like Watch TV (feat. Yung Kee) which is one of his many hot tracks on the album. Nasty Nardo says, "Take a picture trick, it might make you rich," and if Nasty Nardo keeps on doing what he's doing, I think I'm going to be one of those rich with the album of pictures I've collected of him over the past couple of months. That'll make me "More Than Rich".
Nasty Nardo creates some vivid images through his rhymes. Unfortunately the tracks that stick in my head are the ones that would be censored/banned and bleeped throughout the entire song such as "Murkin Em" and "Pinkys & Thumbz" which in "Pinkys & Thumbz" the hooks says, "Show yo Pinkys & Thumbz let em know where you from (3x), from South Memphis B!tches, Imma South Memphis Thug."
Nasty Nardo is grinding it throughout the entire album, with some mellow tracks here and there and then he comes back and gives it to you hard. If underground means 'keeping it real', Nardo is doing it big time.
The album consists of a host of features such as DJ Squeeky on the track "Do Sumithin", Pistol Pete on "Pinky & Thumbz" (hott track), Krunk City, J Cris, Al Kapone, Hollywood, Mizz T, Mac E, supa producer Mr. Sche, Seven, Don Wuan, Gangsta Blac, La Chat, Gangsta Boo and more.
After all, Nasty Nardo is a full-time musicpreneur when it comes to his music. This guy knows how to lace some hot tracks with some hot lyrics. This is one artist I'm looking to be the most talked about in the M-Town besides my boi Al Kapone.
If you're a true Memphis rap fan this is one album you should be sure to cop and add to your collection of Memphis rap cd's.