LL Cool J may be well into his forties, but he hasn’t lost his youthful taste for wildin’ out in the club. Coming on the heels of February’s Whaddup, the latest single off Cool James’ forthcoming full-length finds him painting the town red with the help of two fellow industry vets. After the headliner’s bold and arrogant opener, West Coast heavyweight Snoop Dogg jumps on Jaylien‘s hype boardwork to drop an inimitably smooth middle verse. Big Apple rapper, producer and radio personality Fatman Scoop ties the record together with some hoarse hook and bridge vocals. Like what you’re hearing? More freshness awaits on LL’s 13th studio album, Authentic, due out April 30, via S-BRO Music Group.
Written by richard on 03/19/13
In November of 1985, rapper-turned-actor-tuned-rapper/actor LL Cool J released his debut album, Radio, on Def Jam Records. 27 years and 12 albums later, the hip hop pioneer has embarked upon the release of his thirteenth...
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