Experiencing a little déjà vu? Not to worry; we already did feature an official remix of K. Camp‘s Cut Her Off. That version of the cut, which featured Rick Ross as well as original featuree 2 Chainz, wasn’t too warmly received on our pages, so the 4.27/FTE/Interscope Records artist decided to take another stab at it. This time around, he’s enlisted Lil Boosie, YG and Juicy J to spit self-assured verses over Will A Fool‘s springy synth production. Is the overhauled guest lineup an upgrade? As always, Booth readers will have the final say. Fans can find the original version of Cut Her Off and much more on Camp’s In Due Time EP, available in stores and online as of April.
Written by richard on 06/30/14
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