Contrary to popular belief, you can have Too Much of a good thing—all too often, overindulging in something seemingly harmless can land you in some very hot water. Just ask Atlanta’s “Young Gunna,” Jody Breeze, who observes that those who flaunt their cash sooner or later have the cops knocking on their doors, and that the females who take enjoyment in leading men on often find that they can’t shake the fellas when the fun’s run out. Producer Lazy Boi [for C Chuck Music] packs his beat with enough booming bass to appeal to Southern hip-hop fans, but will they be receptive to the message? Either way, check back with the Booth later this spring for Jody’s contribution to our exclusive freestyle series.
Written by Burmy on 02/25/09
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