This past March, alongside fellow Houston rap veterans Chamillionaire and Lil’ Keke, Paul Wall left his Diamonds Exposed inside our DJBooth. Despite the group effort with his former partner-in-rhyme-turned-rival, the song didn’t pique any national interest and never was pushed forward as Wall’s official first single. Several months later, however, Wall has put the finishing touches on his forthcoming release, The Fast Life, which includes the new, Akon-featured and produced single, Girl On Fire. In typical Konvict fashion, the record has club appeal, an easy-to-remember call-out hook, and radio-ready catchiness. The Fast Life, Wall’s third major studio album, will be released later this year courtesy of Swishahouse and Asylum.
Written by DJ Z on 09/10/08
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