After releasing See It 4 Ya Self, How 2 Act, Head Noddin’, and The Money, Chicago’s very own DJ Pharris has brought forth his best shot yet at a hit compilation single. Since the DJs of the world are practically one big fraternity (and who would know better than the Booth?), Pharris called up his Miami “brother,” DJ Khaled, to help create a banger that will resound from the 312 to the 305 and beyond. Following Khaled’s typical “We the best! etc., etc., Listennn!” intro, SoCal superstar The Game, Chi-Town newcomer Sly Polaroid, and MIA boss Rick Ross each go hard about their lifestyles and how they won’t Stop anytime soon. With the help of Cool & Dre‘s bass-heavy beat, Stop should pick up enough buzz to snag Pharris’ debut album, Hood Music, a solid release date.
Written by Burmy on 11/12/08
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Burnin Hot/Street Ready/Lightyear/Caroli
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"See It 4 Ya Self ft. Yung Joc, Jim Jones & Bump J" (2007)
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