As a DJ with his very own MTV series, Jersey Shore star Pauly D could hardly be in a better position to put his homies on. On Thursday, May 30, he did just that, debuting G-Note labelmate Hot Rod‘s latest single on The Pauly D Project. For those who didn’t tune in, we’re proud to present My Life, a dancefloor-ready selection which finds the Sacramento repper expounding his fast-living philosophy over a hi-octane instrumental by N.U.M. (Nuthin’ Under a Million). Feeling it? You can find this cut and much more on Hot Rod’s My Life EP. Keep it locked for further details on the yet-unscheduled project.
Written by richard on 06/10/12
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