"Snow is all around you, but you don't play in the winter games/
Cartridges surround you, but you ain't playin' Nintendo games/
Load 'em up and fill 'em up, to the top before you cock and aim/
Tryna get from the bottom to the top, like the stock exchange/
Shower, shit and shave, then hit the corner for a block exchange/
Amazing what my people'll do for some pocket change/"
Here's a not-so-new track that you probably haven't heard. It's called "Do the Right Thang" from Ludacris' 2008 album, Theater of the Mind. I don't regularly tune into Ludacris' music, but there were certain songs from this album that I liked, and decided to add it to my collection. In this track he encourages everybody that was dealt a tight situation in life to rise above the struggles and try to do the right thang. This track has an awesome positive message, and paints a vivid picture of what life consists of for certain people in America's slums. Tight beat, dope lyrics and a well picked feature. Open ya Earz!