They don’t call superstardom “the fast life” for nothing—from the big money to the clubs to the cars to the women, it seems like the big names go through everything at lightspeed. Anyone who’s been on the road, however, knows that if you drive too fast, sooner or later you’re going to crash. Pop singer Eva has taken this message to heart, asking her young, female listeners to trust her and Slow Down before they give up their innocence and pay for it later. Always one to speak the truth to the crowds, Lupe Fiasco hopes to get that same lesson through to hip-hop’s performers and audience, as Scott Storch takes care of the typical pop sound and lyrics—that, my friends, is so he can send the message as airmail and spread it all over the world.
Written by Burmy on 09/28/08
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