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This dude stays in the studio and drops top notch beats and lyrics. This album is one of his best, my favorite song is "Villiage Idiot". If you dont know about Stak, you better get this album and learn, cause you will want the rest of his cd's. Heck, he even drops a McLovin reference while straight murkin dudes on these tracks.

Stak Ain't No Village Idiot!

Stak brings it all to the table on this one! His lyrics always hit hard and his beats are always smashin, but this album is on point for the CWBs! Stak is hungry again like he was with Crackavelli, and he's droppin albums left and right this year. This is a must have for anyone that bangs Stak and for anyone that don't...this will enlighten the whole lot of you!

Realist White Boy Rapper Alive

Haystack keeps comming album after album. Stak is different from many rappers because he keeps it real when other rappers are afraid to. Stak raps about real life while other rappers rap about money,cars,etc. An average person like does not want to hear about how much money somebody has or what kind of fancy cars they drive. All that talk does is make some people keep their head down all their life. But Haystak talks about the reality, you know stuff that you would either see or be apart of on a daily basis. Haystak keep em' coming.....


Born: March 22, 1973 in Lebanon, TN

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When he broke into the Southern rap scene in the late '90s, Tennessee rapper Haystak combined his big persona with self-reflective sincerity. Unlike many of his Southern peers, Haystak didn't embrace materialism and greed; he rapped about his life as so-called "white trash," exploring the social dimensions of being white and underprivileged in the South. Following the success of contemporaries Eminem and Bubba Sparxxx, Haystak found it easier to earn respect in an industry that had long frowned upon...
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