Florida is looking to keep its momentum going with Miami Beach’s own Benisour Tha Don. Throw Them Staxxx explains it all: money, money, money. While we’re awaiting a recession and finances all across the U.S. are getting iffy, cohorts Bill Blu & Clete will be the fiscal saviors of the club with this sure-fire strippers’ anthem. Over producer Jackpot’s kinetic bass thumper, the fellas promise to help keep those ladies on gleam and those poles clean with five thousand one’s raining down. The braggadocious trio do follow in the footsteps of Shawty Lo and may not convert any Rick Ross deserters, but sometimes the best thing to do is to enjoy and be merry! As the dinero keeps piling up, DJBooth looks forward to hearing more from these business-minded rappers.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 09/18/08
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