Hip-hop transplant Lex One has released a track for the ladies, appropriately entitled Queen. Over a soothing piano riff, LO describes a certain love interest as incomparable to the rest. As he waxes poetic about his SoHo seductress, the Queens-born and Florida-residing emcee displays an innate chemistry with Spanish producer Jota Jota; together they cook up a strong track that will definitely make the ladies smile. If Queen, off an untitled, work-in-progress album, begins to build a healthy buzz for Lex, he may have an easier time winning over his hip-hop crown jewel.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/16/08
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