Hoping to continue what Rich Boy started, Birmingham underground legend Attitude rolls out his debut single, When I Roll Up. Although Attitude co-wrote Nelly Furtado‘s 2006 summer hit Promiscuous, he is far from a pop rapper, spitting enough explicit content for Bill O’Reilly to use as Fox News fodder. While rapping about the same topics as almost every other Southern rapper (and the same clichés), listeners above the Mason-Dixon line might get the wrong attitude about this creative MC. Hopefully, Attitude can regain his creative streak by the time his album drops.
Written by Burmy on 09/24/07
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