Aiming to be the next big thing in rap for both Houston and the Latino community, Rob G has continuously worked hard in the underground scene. Using his H-Town connections Rob teams up with fellow underground legend Trae and asks his audience, How You Like Me Now? Boasting that he’s ‘the hottest four letters since July,’ Rob shows off a strong lyrical swagger to back up his typical Houstonian attitude. Local producer, Mr. Lee, provides a chopped-and-screwed hook and heavy bass-banging beat, which could be enough to catapult How You Like Me Now into his hometown’s national limelight. The Inauguration, Rob G’s Universal Republic debut, is set to drop next year.
Written by Burmy on 11/8/07
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