I’m no mind-reader, but something tells me that having So Many Girls might not necessarily be a problem for the hip-hop quartet that is DJ Drama, Wale, Tyga, and Roscoe Dash. On Girls, which is a stand out selection and potential future single from DJ Drama’s feature-friendly new Quality Street Music album, Dash humorously sets the tone for the record as he unabashedly proclaims, “Even though she ain’t mine, I f**k her like I’m Master P.” From there the DMV spitter and YMCMB rhymedropper follow Dash’s lead as they lyrically delve into their exploits with the ladies. Boi-1da puts in work behind the boards and with an ample amount of bass that makes So Many Girls as club ready as a BCBG cocktail dress. You can find So Many Girls and a number of other feature-heavy cuts on Drama’s newly-released Quality Street Music album, out now.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view DJ Drama’s Alex Nazari-directed So Many Girls visual.
Written by Danielle H. on 02/18/13
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