In November of ‘08, Chamillionaire released Creepin’ (Solo), the lead single off his forthcoming junior album, Venom. Despite overwhelmingly positive reviews in the Booth (the average rating was 4.5, “Near-Classic”), the single never really caught on at radio; thus, he’s decided to release a new, reworked version. Though Ludacris’ closing verse and DJ Montay‘s beat are retained, the revamp features a brand new opening verse by the Koopa himself, followed by yet another guest feature. This time around, The Game adds to the cut’s hit potential with his own high-octane 16 bars. Venom is currently tagged for release this summer. Hopefully, this version of Creepin’ (Solo) will succeed where the original couldn’t and net the album a solid release date.
Written by Burmy on 02/26/09
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