Apparently, Infamous/G-Unit affiliate 40 Glocc hasn’t listened to much Chamillionaire over the past year. Otherwise, he would have noticed that his new buzz single, Streetz Won’t Let Me Down, is a carbon copy of Ultimate Victory‘s twice-remixed hit, Won’t Let You Down. Producer Kane Beatz once again supplies the beat (albeit with a more eerie-than-epic sound), and Trey Songz gives the cut a real chance for success with a soulful hook. Despite the two reputable contributions, Glocc also picks up a couple of previous unknowns (Yacc and Locie Loc) to assist his story about a commitment to the streets. So, with a permanently borrowed concept, will Streetz Won’t Let Me Down make it?
Written by Burmy on 02/14/08
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