With production from R. Kelly and help from Eightball, Too Short and Archbishop Don "Magic" Juan, Twista's Kamikaze doesn't quite evoke a reckless, risk-taking feel. But his character-driven delivery is enough to shake up the safety assured by his hustling, if not innovative, beats. Twista headlines with Jadakiss to open the Charter Communications/MTV2 Music Fest at this year's Missouri Black Expo presented by Bank of America. And we bet even he can't say that one three times fast.
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