Though we’re already one quarter into ‘09, the Aftermath-Shady-G-Unit execs are still planning to make it the year they take over the rap game. Following the May 19th release of Eminem‘s Relapse, 50 Cent‘s Before I Self-Destruct, Dr. Dre‘s Detox (finally!), and Bishop Lamont‘s debut The Reformation will take the charts by storm (well, at least the first two). As the smoke starts to clear, G-Unit‘s second-in-command, Lloyd Banks, will rebound from the letdown that was Rotten Apple with the release of his currently-untitled junior album. The leaked record off the forthcoming project finds the Unit’s youngest teaming up with the biggest trendsetter to emerge from New York in the past year, Ron Browz, to make sure all the ladies across the globe are In Luv Wit Ya Boy. Despite Browz’ heavy beat threatening to overpower the vocals, the collaborators’ distinctive flows should be enough to get In Luv Wit Ya Boy spun in the clubs and at radio. The only question is, by the time the single gets going, will listeners already be tired of Browz’ autotuned rhymes?
Written by Burmy on 04/8/09
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