Being a hip-hop star is one thing. Staying one? That's something else. Twista is a hip hop star but perhaps most off all he's proved himself to be a force to be reckoned with, no matter what the trend or region of the week. For more than a decade, over the course of a half dozen top ten, platinum-selling cds and singles albums, Twista has stood his ground and answered to no one but his fans and his instincts. It's this that propels Twista beyond being just a star, but a true career artist.

For over a decade, beloved rapper, Twista, has been captivating millions with his natural talent, kinetic flow, crisp rhymes, and magnetic charisma. Always relevant, the Chicago-native remains at the top of the game, despite an ever-evolving industry and a new wave of artists emerging daily. With the recent success of his sixth studio album, Category F5, the hip-hop veteran offers more classic Twista swagger with his forthcoming release The Perfect Storm (GMG-EMI).

Embracing the signature style that brought the spit-fire lyrical legend to the forefront of the music industry, The Perfect Storm flawlessly boasts sounds that exemplify the versatility of hip-hop music. With gritty, polished, and lustrous tracks, in addition to blazing collaborations with R&B and hip-hop heavyweights The Legendary Traxster, Raekwon, Yo Gotti, Ray J, Lloyd, and Chris Brown, the rap connoisseur and music maverick wreaks tongue-twisting havoc on hip-hop aficionados.

"If I wanna say anything it's that I have been consistently making albums and I can still make bangers because this is what I love, making music," expressed Twista. "I want people to look at my career as a whole. To see that the longevity is something that goes beyond hip-hop. I want to be looked at as the blueprint for an artist that can put it down for twenty, thirty years."

The Perfect Storm gives the world a glimpse of Chicago's West Side through infectious beats and sexy slow jams. The album's first single, "Make a Movie," produced by The Legendary Traxster and featuring R&B sensation Chris Brown, is raw and seductive preview of the celebrated rapper's newest groundbreaking album. R&B crooner, Lloyd, adds sultry vocals to "Bad Girl," a shout-out to the type of girl you don't want to bring home to momma. From the street vibe and pulsating beats of "Cocaine," produced by Street Runners with a feature from Yo Gotti, to "The Heat," produced by The Legendary Traxster and No ID, The Perfect Storm speaks to Twista's unrivaled melodic syncopations which add depth and complexity to his already unique style.

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