Nothing beats a little extra star power to get some extra mileage out of a single and that is exactly what’s going down on the remix of the hit single Pop, Lock & Drop It from Huey. A man who seems to be on just about everyone’s song these days, T-Pain, is featured with his synthesized voice on blast and drops a nice verse. Another MC, Bow Wow, who some might not want to hear everywhere, also makes an appearance and extends his wishes for the ladies to fall to the floor. Excellent production from Calvin Milla sets the tone, but don’t be fooled by the term remix, as the beat hasn’t changed one bit from the original.
Written by Chris on 05/1/07
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