Seven months ago (in October of ‘08), Dolla and Tity Boi of Playaz Circle released the first single off sophomore album Flight 360: The Takeoff:, parlaying their Stupid swag into an eventual Dirty South hit. Since Booth-heads are typically unimpressed by OJ Da Juiceman features, we passed on featuring the original; the official remix, however, features a couple Dirty Southerners our audience may be more willing to give a chance. Fellow ATL Def Jam artist Young Jeezy clearly catches the duo’s drift, and Weezy once again picks up that stupid (according to hip-hop purists) Autotune for a guest verse. Flight 360: The Takeoff touches down this summer—in the meantime, stay tuned to the Booth for the official follow-up single, Hold Up, and a potential addition to our forever-running freestyle series.
Written by Burmy on 06/1/09
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