When Sleezy, Tube, Creem and Kent of OverDoz. visit the local gentleman’s club, they don’t pay the strippers for a Lap Dance—they make the strippers pay them. Coming on the heels of mid-November’s Dear God, this hazy single finds the Live For, Die For quartet chronicling an epic streak of sex, drugs and miscellaneous debauchery over a swirling electronic beat by The Futuristiks. Always close at hand whenever and wherever p**sies are being popped, Taylor Gang hitmaker Juicy J contributes a high-energy guest 16. OverDoz’ forthcoming album has yet to receive either a title or a solid drop date, but those who like what they’re hearing can keep it locked for further news and tunes from the rising West Coast collective.
Written by richard on 12/12/12
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