Over the past year, Lil’ KeKe, Yung Joc and Metro City all released official singles with the title “I’m A G.” Are they G’s? Sure, why not. The point that is being made, however, is that there is a major lack of creativity in music. If we (DJBooth) featured three songs with the same title, would we be void of creativity if we featured a fourth? Maybe, but that can be up for discussion next time. On DJ Scream and MLK’s new mixtape, Cocaine Kuntry, P$C’s Big Kuntry King hooks up with government favorite and homie, T.I., for (drum roll please), Ima G. With or without the title duplication, though, the song bangs thanks in part to the solid production work of Atlanta duo, Nard & B. (Hey, at least he decided to ax the usage of an apostrophe.)
Written by DJ Z on 02/21/08
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