DJ Unk has decided to Show Out once again, this time alongside some of the game’s most established hitmakers. With appearances from Soulja Boy, Sean Kingston, Jim Jones and E-40, Unk could have easily succumbed to the immense pressure to shine brighter than the rest, but he sticks to what he does best as each contributor gets his time in the spotlight. Jones continues on his quest to be taken seriously as emcee; his gruff Harlem wit blends well with braggadocio of this ATL-influenced record. Though the end result sounds eerily similar to Unk’s Walk It Out remix, it should provide his new album, Second Season, a much-needed sales boost.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 11/30/08
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Big Oomp Records/Koch
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"Walk It Out (Remix)" (2006)
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