When your first single, Money Maker, scores the number one spot for most added single on the radio, it’s good to have a no doubt follow up. Ding Dong, please enter the catchy, screwed up cut Grew Up a Screw Up, courtesy of The Runners. Featuring Def Jam lablemate, Young Jeezy, Ludacris brings the same winning formula (catchy lyrics and well delivered punch lines) to the table this time around. His sixth studio album, Release Therapy, is scheduled for release on September 26th. Already you can begin to unwind… because this could be extremely therapeutic.
Written by DJ Z on 09/7/06
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