On their first collaboration since the old school hit Breakdown, the bone boys from Cleveland and Mariah Carey have joined super-producer Jermaine Dupri to create the instant classic, Lil’ Love. Long time fans might not appreciate the inclusion of Bow Wow on the middle verse, but the now grown-up MC offers some fast paced rhymes that are on point with the Bone Thugs. As the release date for their major label return album, Strength & Loyalty, soon approaches, a pop hit of this magnitude should see the charts giving a lil’ love all summer long.
Written by DJ Z on 04/19/07
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