Paul Wall has returned with his sophomore album, Get Money, Stay True. The record, set for an April 2007 release, features the single I’m Throwed with rapper/producer Jermaine Dupri. Wall mumbles his rhymes though that trademark grill, over what sounds like a Theramin-inspired hook. Although aiming for a more mature sound this time around, fans needn’t worry that Wall has lost his edge; he assures that the album’s focus is “Still the same: the cars, the clothes, the ho’s, the screw music.” Thank goodness.
Written by Beeb on 03/8/07
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