Three years after the release of his much-hyped Caught In The Web compilation album, DJ Webstar‘s stepped back into the mainstream spotlight, but with a few differences: now signed to E1, he’s working on a collabo album with Jim Jones, and he’s replaced his old-school vibe with that of… Ron Browz? Apparently so—Dancing On Me features the same three elements that made Pop Champagne a hit: Autotuned singing (by Webstar), guest verses (from Jones and Juelz Santana, in that order), and a simplistic, percussion-heavy beat (by Webstar & Remo Green). If you’re temped to one-star this record, consider this: Dancing On Me is already the most-played song on New York radio station Hot 97, getting an unprecedented 118 spins per week. As the great Frank Sinatra said in regard to NYC, “If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere!”
Written by Burmy on 05/7/09
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Scrilla Hill/E1 Music
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"Who's Your Daddy" (2009)
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