and I done popped a pill and sniffed a powder pack"
Handy ft. Mouse & Webbie - Cut The Lights On
(From Rap Hustlin' album; 2005)
Subroc-ed in a 2004 road accident before his debut album Rap Hustlin' could hit stores, Handy (or Lil' Handy as people often refer to him on the internetz) was a traditional Louisiana henchman-Rapper in the vein of B.G. or Beelow, and his aforementioned posthumous debut album is noteworthy for being almost entirely produced by Mouse and featuring cameos from Baton Rogue A-listers like Webbie and Young Bleed, as well as Turk from the Hot Boy$. In the cruelest twist of irony imaginable, Handy's best song is a car-jam with Webbie and a fella with a lisp by the name of Box who also appeared on Rap Hustlin' which wasn't on the original 2005 album but is included the version someone uploaded to Datpiff last year :
on sunday they was jockin' 'cause my trunk was pop-lockin'"
Handy ft. Box & Webbie - Mobbin' In Them Old Schools
(From the Datpiff version of Rap Hutlin'; 2011)
Mobbin' In Them Old Schools outdoes Little Bruce at his own game because it makes vintage American cars sound surreal and futuristic via absurdist turns-of-phrase that'd have Young Dro or Gucci Mane screwing up their faces in jealousy all like "Dang - I wish that was one of my lines!", whereas Bruce just made smashin' around like a straight fool in his burnt orange Chevy sound like a sexier alternative to ridin' in a Fiat lookin' for a biiiiaaatch.