Having recently recovered from a near-fatal shooting last March, Atlanta ‘s DG Yola wasted no time getting back into the studio to finish recording his debut album. Judging by the title of his new single, Lunch Box, a listener’s natural reaction might be: What’s next, a song about Thermos mugs? However once play is pressed, you’ll realize the song is a good ol’ fashion strip-club anthem. Hip-hop’s most used hook-man, T-Pain, brings out his Teddy Penderazdoun persona and contributes production work as well; similar to his setting for Flo Rida’s Low. Look out for more certified party music when Gutta World drops this winter.
Written by Burmy on 10/16/07
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