Texas natives, Play*N*Skillz, have been behind the boards for the creation of your favorite artist’ biggest song. Although when they aren’t providing Chamillionaire with Ridin’ and Lil’ Flip with What’s My Name (both singles achieving at least double platinum status) they are in the studio crafting their own album. Dropping later this year off Asylum Records, The Titaniq, is the duo’s second full-length LP and will boast features from Mannie Fresh, Slim Thug, Pitbull, Nina Sky, and Tum Tum. The newest buzz single off the album is the Nate Dogg collaboration, Do Me. With vocals from the former most-in-demand-hook-singer, Play and Skillz take turns riding their own beat and showing their skills reach beyond the mixing board.
Written by DJ Z on 07/16/07
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"Who Da Shit ft. Mannie Fresh" (2007)
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