For those who aren’t fans of down south hip-hop, I encourage you not to foster negative feelings about the new Ludacris song, Down In The Dirty. Based on the title alone it is easy to assume that the content has been reused and recycled more than T-Pain. Although when it comes to down south artists, Ludacris and his featured guests Bun B and Rick Ross, you’d be hard pressed to find three more lyrically-gifted storytellers (regardless of location). Produced by DJ and radio host extraordinaire, Clinton Sparks, the song will be included on the inevitable release of DTP’s compilation project, Strength in Numbers.
Written by DJ Z on 10/11/07
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