D.C. Don Juan‘s previous features, Hands Up and Get It Like Me (Say Yeah) found the DMV up-and-comer focused primarily on his hustle, with women and partying only addressed in passing. On Rock Wit You, the third and final leaked track (a Booth-exclusive world premiere) off his Juanted (Destroy and Rebuild) mixtape, we finally get to hear the man let loose and live up to his literary namesake. LX mans the boards this time around, serving up a synth-driven instrumental with a smoother flavor than the Best Kept Secret produced beats we’ve heard Don Juan spit over to date; nonetheless, he blazes the club-ready track with typical panache, indulging in glass after glass of Rozay as he spits (well, sing-raps) braggadocious game to a model-esque shawty. Kevin Ross, a DMV R&B up-and-comer previously heard on Ja Rule single The Life, handles guest duties, tying the track together with some silky hook and backing vocals. Digging the pop-appealing style Don Juan showcases here? You’ll find plenty more high-quality tunes for the club and streets on his new, Booth-sponsored street album, set to hit our mixtape page on Tuesday, August 10.
Written by richard on 08/4/10
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