After watching online blogs dig up and expose countless artists’ dirty secrets, listeners may be wondering if anyone in the game is truly who he says he is. Field Mob alumnus Chevy P knows how these fans feel, and on his latest single he assures them that, if they simply, “Mention My Name” anywhere on the planet, those present will certify that he is, in fact, one hundred percent real. Producer Canei Fitch clearly believes in him—otherwise, why would he have given him this Dirty South banger, which sounds like the result of a Jim Jonsin/DJ Toomp collaboration? Hopefully this new single will get Chevy’s sizable fanbase to start mentioning his name to radio DJs—if enough listeners spread the word, the emcee’s currently-untitled solo debut could get a solid release date sooner rather than later.
Written by Burmy on 08/13/09
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