After recently signing to Wyclef Jean‘s Sak Pase Records, Haitian-American MC Haitian Fresh didn’t waste any time releasing his first single, Gon Jock. Fresh, in a voice similar to Young Jeezy, brings up the familiar topics of swagger making the haters mad and ladies being are all over him. While he may sound tired, Clef livens up the situation with a spirited hook and club-ready production, and even Lil’ Boosie drops in for the intro and first verse. Gon Jock proves Haitian Fresh can do well while collaborating; however, can he excel as a true solo artist?
Written by Burmy on 09/11/07
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Zoe Movement/Sak Pasé Records
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"Dancin' with No Panties On ft. Pleasure P" (2008)
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