Signed to Def Jam, Montgomery’s 334 MO.B.B. look to continue Alabama’s recent success on the hip-hop map. Their new single, Supafly, is yet another “I’m so fresh” record, but before you Northerners dismiss them as cookie-cutter Southerners, you might want to pay attention to their extremely catchy swagger and original lyrics (Treat my girl like my chickens, cuz I keep ‘em in a coupe/coop). Fellow Alabamian Rich Boy describes his shine on a guest feature, although what really makes Supafly is the Beat Kingz’ Just Blaze-esque production. Old school vocal samples easily invade the listener’s head; leading to numerous requests and the growth of a mobb.
Written by Burmy on 10/11/07
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