Best known for his work on many of Dr. Dre‘s G-Funk classics, Knoc-Turn’al takes a swerve into club-ready territory on this newly-released remix of If You Wanna. Produced by Treacherous Records’ Komplex, this synth-scorching selection finds the Cali mainstay rhyming alongside Southern upstart CyHi Da Prynce. K-Young ties the body-moving package together with a memorable hook. If you like what you’re hearing, more freshness awaits on the headliner’s Knoc’s Ville LP, released this Tuesday via Hoopla Media Group/Treacherous Records, and available at all major online retailers. Click here to purchase the set on iTunes!
Written by richard on 05/12/11
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