Beanie Sigel from Sigel Street, is one of the reasons why the hits keep coming from Philly. With Creep Low, produced by Reefa, Sigel shoots from his hip with another bullet in his clip. Creep Low isn’t about the city of love, but the gang-banging that takes places in its city streets. Imagine that, a rap song about the G-thang. Ignore the falsetto (especially in the intro), overlook the gun references, and you’ve got yourself a pretty smooth piece.
Written by jackson on 06/6/07
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