I’m pretty sure shots and track-reviewing don’t mix, and I’m positive I couldn’t get much work done with my hands in the air, but, still, I can hardly think of a better way to kick off my day (it’s around 9:00 AM as I write this) than with a huge cup of coffee and a few hoarse words of encouragement from Lil Jon. Seriously—I’m feeling pretty damned motivated! On new single Give It All U Got, the recent Universal Republic signee does what he does best: gets the crowd hyped, moving, and thirsty. Backed by Red One‘s scorching synths, this cut is considerably smoother-edged than its Snoop Dogg/Swizz Beatz-assisted predecessor, but the Crunk King’s raucous take on the “fire on the dancefloor” theme is undeniably intoxicating, and Kee‘s infectious sing/shout-along hook should ensure the figurative flames reach to the ceiling wherever this track’s spun. Watch for the long-awaited Crunk Rock, Lil Jon’s first album without the East Side Boyz, to hit stores November 24th via BME/Universal.
Written by richard on 09/7/09
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