Born in Magnolia, Arkansas, but currently residing in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, P. Bze has a master plan to take his name nationwide. Since posting his Easy Money Vol. 1 mixtape for free download on his Myspace, he has not only gained notoriety in the Dirty South, but in the West Coast and Midwest as well. On the surface his new single, Watch Me Do It, sounds just like any other Southern cookie-cutter swag anthem. However, if you take a closer listen, you might discover the unique regional voice P. Bze brings to our national stage. What undeniably gives Watch Me Do It a shot at heat seeker success, though, is the ominous, string-heavy beat from NeckBone in-house producer, 2Klean. Still, the question remains: does the hip-hop world have room for another track bragging about freshness and style?
Written by Burmy on 03/3/08
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