How did the term “geek” go from referring to a sideshow performer, to being synonymous with “nerd,” to describing a state of extreme, possibly drug-fueled excitement? Beats me – language works in mysterious ways. In any case, those who want to be on the cutting edge of modern slang can take their cues from Sean Garret‘s latest offering, She Geeked. On this remixed version of the mixtape cut, the brand new Roc Nation/Columbia signee trades original collaborators Tyga and Gucci Mane for three bigger names: joining Garrett over the schizophrenic production of Blac Elvis are NYC vet Busta Rhymes, guest-rapper extraordinaire Ludacris, and Chi-town motormouth Twista. Together, the collaborators serve up a veritable smorgasboard of larger-than life delivery, head-spinning flows and (in the headliner’s case) smooth sung vocals. She Geeked (Remix) is set for inclusion on Sean Garrett’s yet-untitled stateside debut (his second album, in total), which is scheduled to drop sometime next year. In the meantime, fans can find the original version of the joint on Garrett’s the Inkwell street album, released August 24, and available now online.
Written by richard on 10/20/10
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