While Lil Scrappy‘s last offering, the trunk-banging Look at Me, got the thumbs-up from many Booth readers, there were some who thought the ATL native’s constant stunting was getting a little stale. As we all know, there’s nothing like love to shake up your priorities; has the blossoming relationship described in new single That’s Her (presented in officially
G-Mixed form) convinced Scrappy that there’s more to life than being flashy and fly? Well, sorta. The mood is still a little more swaggeriffic than romantic, with Zaytoven‘s bass-booming synth boardwork banging in the background as Scrap pays loving/lustful tribute to a chick who’s “as bad as a motherf*cker.” All the Way Turnt Up emcee Roscoe Dash lends his inimitably reedy vocals to the middle portion, and A-town heavyweight B.o.B. brings the record to a strong finish, lacing the back end with more of the head-spinning flows his devotees know and love. Digging this lovestruck cut? More Southern bangers await on Tha Grustle, Scrappy’s third studio album. Keep it locked for release details!
Written by richard on 12/19/10
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