Fabo of D4L goes solo with a new single that asks a very important question, How You Do That? Fabo’s rhyming skills are what we’ve come to expect from snap music artists and the production work is classically up tempo and very easy to dance to. Young Dro‘s verse on this joint is the high point, as he displays a polished and superior rhyming skill set over Fabo. At the end of the day though, people who enjoy leaning and rocking in the club should be happy.
Written by Chicki on 02/26/07
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Dee Money/Altantic Records
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