He’s back! Considered the black sheep of New York, MIMS has returned to address his haters like Darth Vader. Although it might seem that a black cloud has followed the This Is Why I’m Hot ringtone superstar, the Move should facilitate a comeback for an artist who helped to shine the spotlight on New York, if only momentarily. Produced by Chicago crew Da Internz, Move (If You Wanna) will have you bouncing all over the place. Although DJBooth would advise against a remix with Yung Berg, MIMS proves on this record that he still has the ability to make the clubs go crazy.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/22/08
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American King Music
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"This Is Why I'm Hot (Remix)" (2006)
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