Back in the day (5 years ago) when an artist needed a feature verse or sixteen bars for a remix, they would call Chitown’s Twista. Since the ball dropped on 2007 however, Lil’ Wayne has taken over as the newest in demand artist. In fact, Weezy has been featured on more songs over the past six months, than singer Maxwell has made in the last six years. This time we find Enrique Iglesias, last heard of in the 90’s, jumping on the bandwagon for Wayne’s services. Although Push might not qualify as a truly urban record, it will certainly get people out on the dance floor at the club.
Written by DJ Z on 06/13/07
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