Ever hear your mother use the expression, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”? Clearly Bad Boy South artist Gorilla Zoe has, because his new single, You Don’t Know Me, showcases the difference between perception and reality when judging a perspective man. Featuring and co-written by Danity Kane member, D. Woods, the song goes on to mention why appearance doesn’t account for everything; “throw me in a box, tryna keep me in a frame/ you lookin’ at a n*gga, like a n*gga can’t change.” Produced by Willie “Chuck” Shivers, You Don’t Know Me can be found on Gorilla Zoe’s debut album, Welcome to the Zoo.
Written by DJ Z on 12/11/07
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