It’s only fitting that when Bigge’s classic Juicy record gets sampled for recreation, it involves Lil’ Kim dropping 16 bars. On Let It Go, a Missy Elliot produced number; Keyshia Cole gets back to doing what she does best: straight sing. Unsure whether or not the song will actually be the first official single of Cole’s upcoming album, Just Like You, it will certainly make its way into the clubs and lounges. Although it won’t share the same vibe it had in 1994 when it came with the lyrical punctuation of Notorious B.I.G., it does show that women still hold an important place within Rap and R&B.
Written by DJ Z on 05/24/07
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