When someone says, “I could of, should of, would of,” it means that something that could have been done, should have been done and would have been done… well, did not get done. Regardless of the reason, the end result is usually disappointment and upset. 2 Chainz understands this frustration, which is why he is calling out all of the Wuda Cuda Shuda folk who don’t make good on their promises. Production is handled by frequent collaborator Mike WiLL Made It, who keeps things simple behind the boards with a booming bass and some short synthesized keys. Assisted by Lil Boosie, who as of Thursday proclaimed he has the “Heart of a Lion,” this single will be found on Dos Chainz’ forthcoming free EP, Freebase, due out on Monday, May 5.
Written by DJ Z on 05/2/14
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