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Kintampo Plies himself shows up for the great “Stressin’” which deals with “knocking-up” the wrong girl and the strife that comes with “running out of blessins.” In the spirit of Khaled’s “Out Here Grindin’” where Hood made his debut singles “Cash Flow” and “Ride” are both very Florida anthems thanks to their smooth hooks and guest appearances from local hero Rick Ross. Last of the big numbers is “Money Ova Here” a solo showcase that’s lean with a killer hook but the rest is all B+ material with no filler in sight. Even if Hood doesn’t claim the game with a new, fresh style, Gutta is a fine debut and should satisfy fans of the Sunshine State’s harder side.