To further capitalize on the success of the smash single, Throw Some D’s, Interscope young blood Rich Boy and neu producer Polow Da Don called up some friends. Piggy backing off the success of large ensemble remixes (The Game’s One Blood, Fat Joe’s Make It Rain), joining Rich Boy on a second go around include Andre 3000, Jim Jones, Nelly, Murphy Lee and The Game. The star power here wouldn’t quite match the intensity of previous remix projects if not for the production overhead from Lil’ Jon, so throw some d’s and say ‘yeaaaah.’
Written by DJ Z on 01/31/07
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