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Mixtape Review: Bo Deal- ‘Real N*gga Campaign’



RNC, in Bo Deal’s case, doesn’t stand for the Republican National Committee. It does, however, stand for “Real N-gga Campaign. Bo Deal is campaigning on his platform to redefine “real’ in his latest mixtape, hosted by Trap-A-Holics and Bigga Rankin. Bo’s experience to lead the masses? The streets. He graduated from the school of hard knocks and is the perfect candidate to guide the street’s next generation in his next term. Bo Deal is campaigning across all hoods to spit authentic street knowledge for all those who can relate.

Bo Deal doesn’t have time for the haters. He’s busy getting money while they’re sitting around broke. Bo hits his D Bwoy-produced record, rapping, “N-ggas talking, but they don’t want no problems/I gave a lot of n-ggas life, I’m like a father figure/If I don’t trust you, then I don’t even bother with you/and if it’s beef in the air, then let’s resolve the issue.”



Bo Deal’s “I’ma Opp Remix” was one of the most hard-hitting tracks of 2013. The music video was much more groundbreaking as Bo secured guest features from artists of rival gangs. Bo even filmed his music video in the artists’ sets.

Bo aimed to unite his city with the track.

“I’ma Vice Lord, I got a stone on there, I got a BD on there, I got a GD on there, I got a Blood… I put something that ain’t nobody did in this city,” Bo told Urban Grind TV. “I got five different gangs and two of the gangs that’s feuding with each other and went on all they lands and did my verse and saying I f--- with the other n----- on they land.”



Bo Deal linked with Leoski D on track “On Me,” a Ricco On Tha Beat. Bo Deal is feeling himself on this track, rapping, “Got the latest Louie on me/Hat, belt and shoes on me/Jewelry worth about three, four keys/Big burner, so don’t try me.”



Bo separates himself from frauds in “Real Vs Fake,” rapping, “Real n-ggas gon handle business, while fake n-ggas just Twitter beefing/Real n-ggas go out and get it, I’m bringing home what’s meant for me/Real n-ggas don’t sneak diss, we saying names, we bringing heat.”



Bo Deal is at the top of his game. But he can never forget being at the bottom. Never forgetting where he came from allows him to enjoy his current blessings. Bo reminisces on his good times and bad times, rapping, “I made a lot of money in the game now I’m bowing out/Six-figure n-gga, I ain’t rich but I’m wilding out/My fam good, so I got sh-t I can smile about/We made it through the struggle, it ain’t sh-t else to cry about.”

Bo Deal’s mind is telling him no in song “My Homeboy Baby Momma.” But his second head is saying something else. Bo’s friend’s old lady is throwing the cat at him. Bo tries to show some restraint, but temptation gets the best of him. Bo’s decision to let himself be tempted leads to a shocking conclusion in this track.



Bo Deal’s latest mixtape is 18 tracks deep. Bo Deal has a track for every type of mood and situation. Bo was able to translate his experiences in the streets for this tape. In addition to thought-provoking content, Bo also gotta few joints for listeners to vibe or turn up to. Bo’s latest project is definitely worth the download.


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