From St. Louis to Atlanta, Rob Fetti has worked with a variety of major artists and producers, written jingles and slogans for local businesses, and run his own label, Fresherr Den U Music Group. Unbelievably, he did all this before dropping an official solo single! Putting his own twist on the overused strip-club topic, Fetti asks one of the dancers to treat him Like A Pole. His reasoning? He’d like to remove her from the Magic City Monday’s life she’s been living; plus she’d make more money as his own private dancer. Featuring background vocals from R&B trio Blazed, as well as the Grand Hustle combo of Mr. Ain’t I, Yung L.A. on a guest verse, and producers Nard & B on the beat, look for all the ladies to be all over Like A Pole… just not literally. Fetti’s debut album, Controlled Substance, has no current release date.
Written by Burmy on 11/5/08
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