In anticipation of the summer release of his junior album, Born To Lose, Built To Win, Skull Gang head honcho Juelz Santana is dropping his official Reagan Era mixtape (the self-proclaimed ‘human crack’s homage to the time when that product first hit the streets). Set for inclusion on both projects is club banger Shake Dat, which finds Santana asking all the ladies to show off what their mamma gave them over a high-energy beat by Head Bangaz. Don’t be surprised if Shake Dat doesn’t sound natural through computer speakers—when the club DJ starts spinning it, on the other hand, you’d better believe all the fellas in the building will enjoy the scene that follows.
Written by Burmy on 03/25/09
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