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Nasti Muzik

Nasti Muzik 


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Release Date: Tuesday, July 08, 2008
Label: Big Cat/TME Ent.

New album from the original Queen of the South, Miss Thug Misses - KHIA. Features "What They Do" (feat. Gucci Mane), "Be Your Lady", and "Ass Talk"



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1. NASTI MUZIK
2. MY SWAG
3. BE YOUR LADY
4. SKIT - SHIT ON ME
5. LIKE ME
6. SKIT - GET IT AND GO
7. PUT THAT PUSSY ON HIS ASS
8. SKIT - IT'S WHATEVER
9. IT'S WHATEVER
10. SKIT - I REFUSE
11. GET OUT
12. THATS WHY THEY BE HATEN
13. SKIT - FUCK YOU AND SUCK YOU
14. ASS TALK
15. GEEKED UP
16. SKIT - BITCH BITCH
17. BEEN THE SHIT
18. WHISTLE ON IT
19. WHAT THEY DO
20. STEER



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 "Nasti Muzik" to rule the year 2008
Reviewed by: Mazen Bakry  on 5/21/2008
"Nasti Muzik" is what the falling music industry needed. A talented young lady like Khia who produces her own material, writes her own material. And it's not like some other artists who when they try to write their own songs or produce them - they are mediocre at best. This is totally not the case with Khia. She does fresh raw music. The production in Nasti Muzik is exceptional. The titles are nasty hence the title of this album. It's a concept album for her devoted fans. Sex is the main topic in our daily conversations so why do we have to pretend as if it's a sin to sing about it when we relate to this topic on daily basis? This album pushes the envelope and that's what artists are supposed to be. Welcome back Khia! The Queen Of the South has been missed.