After the phenomenal Pop, Lock, and Drop It and the disappointing When I Hustle, Huey has decided to go hard with Notebook Paper‘s new single. On Aye, the Lou representative brags about getting “action” from women 10 years older, as well as threatening to bang on those who look down on him; not exactly material accustomed from a 19 year old. Although this single choice looks to be a last-ditch effort to sell Notebook Paper to the “gangsta rap” audience, Huey might be trying too hard to go hard.
Written by Burmy on 09/5/07
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