On May 12, Mississippi rapper J. Money (of “Peanut Butter & Jelly” fame) released his debut album, My Life Check Me Out; though the LP didn’t pick up much mainstream fanfare, collaborations with the likes of Jim Jones, Rick Ross, Slim Thug, and 8Ball & MJG helped make it a solid underground success in the Dirty South. Like most albums nowadays, Check Me Out features a track aimed squarely at the females. If a fella is starting to get tired of his lady, Money will be more than happy to take her off his hands—simply “Give Her To Me” and he’ll handle things from there. With a hook by previously-unknown singer Recognition and a beat by Big Fruit (aka Mr. Beep), Give Her To Me is the perfect addition to any Magnolio State radio station’s “local slow jams” block.
Written by Burmy on 06/4/09
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