We find Huey where we left him last; working on a Strictly Business strategy for his sophomore album. After the Booth-featured No Makeup, failed to stir up much excitement, the St. Louis native has rethought his strategy for his future workings. In the meantime, we present the official street single, 24/7-365, which features the Midwesterner turning up the toughness factor with a little help from a Brooklynite (Maino) and a West Coaster (Glasses Malone). Producer Tha Nod Factor (wrongly credited by many as The Runners) adds plenty of hardcore synth and bass, so don’t be surprised if one day you find somebody blasting 24/7-365 at the maximum legal volume from their car speakers (subwoofers would be a bonus here). To find out whether Huey’s plan worked, pick up a copy of his new Aphilliates mixtape, Monopoly, later this month.
Written by Burmy on 11/2/08
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