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Lil Short – Lil Short was one of the hardest gangsta rap albums due to having songs such as the menacing Revenge and the hyped Straight Rida. You also have songs such as Short’s Revenge and Short Rida. Lil Short – Lil Short was and would have been one of the hardest gangsta rap albums from San Antonio in 1998 next to Nino – Unstoppable and Lil Sin – Who Got Yo Back.

The Lil Short – Lil Short album was first advertised in the 1997 compilation Runnin Blind under release info for future projects. The Lil Short – Lil Short album was supposed to be released on Commerce Street Records in October 1998 but the Lil Short – Lil Short album was never released for a couple of reasons.

The reason why his album was never released was because only 8-9 songs were recorded for his debut album. Sean Tompkins wanted to release full album that had 16 to 18 tracks on them. Lil Short did not have enough songs to complete a full length album which is what Sean required during that time. He was not looking to release EPs or singles.

The other reason why Lil Short – Lil Short album was never released or promoted as heavily is because Lil Short went on the run from police to avoid being arrested for crimes he committed back in October 1998. That is why the album never got completed. A lot of those artists signed to Commerce Street Records were in and out of jail or on the run.

Lil Short of ETG (East Terrace Gang) takes control of the song Straight Rida as he explains the hustles and struggles of his life. Every day is a struggle when you are a hustler like Lil Short. The song was dedicated to those a part of the East Terrace Gang. Ricé produced the song.

Guess who’s back? The nigga who pulled a jack and did a whole year and a half in jail. That would be Lil Short of ETG. He has to get his. He’s jacking for keeps. It’s an everyday struggle for him. That is why he hustles and is a hustler. He goes from hitting them jack to selling them packs. They are Bout It, Bout It in the city of SA like Master P. San Antonio is city where you have to hustle. Lil Short won’t settle for less until people tell him he is the best. Lil Short is a straight rida coming from the East Side neighborhood of East Terrace Apartments.

Lil Short is putting it down like he’s supposed to. A straight 27 soulja blowing on that doja. People stare at the return of the straight rida. A shop on East Commerce Street is where he shoots at police. He won’t stop until player haters drop. He is looking for ice. He is a ghetto star you can see at the clubs. There ain’t no love in this dirty game. Looking out for rivals, enemies, and law enforcement is something a hustler must deal with.

Lil Short was a victim of the ghetto as he was raised in the East Terrace housing projects. He had to become a rida at the age of 3. He had to become a rida to keep his family fed and taken care of. He had to compete with others in these wicked streets. That is not easy at all. He thanks God for not being dead yet because he grew up fast.

Tomorrow is not promised. What little time he has is borrowed and compromised. Lil Short will ride for ETG until he dies. He will kill if he has to. So fuck stressing on some busters. The only time Lil Short gets stressed is when he is broke. But he can fix that with a chrome gat and a ski mask. He’ll come back to the block with a wad full of cash.

The song is well known for the lyrics, “Ain’t no sorrow. I ain’t promised tomorrow. So this little time I’ve got, I’m saying fuck it. It’s borrowed.” Everything goes.

Revenge is a gangsta horrorcore rap song by Lil Short known for having such heavy bass and eerie blips that leave everlasting impacts in your memory. Lil Short and Charles explains how he plans to act out his revenge for all his dead homies and niggaz in the penitentiary on their behalf.

Lil Short got a call about 12 o’clock at midnight. Some nigga just dumped on his crib in East Terrace. So he gets a rental car to split some fools wig. The first person he sees will be slaughtered and killed. He puts that on ETG (East Terrace Gang). Everything goes. Ain’t no fucking with Lil Short. He’s got that 12 gauge pump and still puffing them blunts. He hops out of the rental car in a devil disguise. Next he calls out his alibi. He’s about to serve out a bloody murder. The first person he planned to murder and slaughter was at Murf’s Burger. (In memory of Murf’s Better Burger) Lil Short rolls 4 deep in a Landcruiser causing down these back streets. They finna put people to sleep. They dug your ditch so you’re getting in. It’s settled. You’re as has to pay.

Lil Short wants revenge for all his dead homies and niggaz in the penitentiary. That’s why he’s smoking blunts and sipping gin.

It’s getting crazy. These hoes want to fade Charles. He packs that steel gun. Ya’ll niggaz better before Charles feels like runnin blind with two black 9’s. Him and Lil Short are finna ride on the East Side of San Antonio, Texas. There ain’t no shame on what Charles claims. You better know his game and where he comes from.

Lil Short and Charles are rolling 2 deep in a stolen car which is the Landcruiser Lil Short mentioned in his verse which was Verse 1. They are going to bust on these niggaz tonight. Lil Short is gone off that fry feeling like a monster. They steadily running and gunning without leaving any trace behind them. This is the last time he letting know.

Lil Short and Charles want revenge for all his dead homies and niggaz in the penitentiary.

Lil Short takes control of the song Short Rida as he explains the hustles and struggles of his life. Every day is a struggle when you are a hustler like Lil Short. Ricé produced the song.

Guess who’s back? The nigga who pulled a jack and did a year and a half in jail. That would be Lil Short of ETG. He has to get his. He’s jacking for keeps. It’s an everyday struggle for him. That is why he hustles and is a hustler. He goes from hitting them jack to selling them packs. They are Bout It, Bout It in the city of SA like Master P. San Antonio is city where you have to hustle.

Lil Short won’t settle for less until people tell him he is the best. Lil Short is a straight rida coming from the East Side neighborhood of East Terrace. Lil Short is putting it down like he’s supposed to. A straight 27 soulja blowing on that doja. A short rida. People stare at the return of the straight rida. A shop on East Commerce Street is where he shoots at police. He won’t stop until player haters drop. He is looking for ice. He is a ghetto star you can see at the clubs. There ain’t no love in this dirty game. Looking out for rivals, enemies, and law enforcement is something a hustler must deal with. Tomorrow is not promised. What little time he has is borrowed and compromised. Lil Short will ride for ETG until he dies. He will kill if he has to.

I rate this album 5/5*****!

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