The rapper formerly known as Sean Paul (now just Sean P) has dropped another cut off his forthcoming solo debut, Very Necessary. Following the Cool & Dre-produced single, Everywhere We Go, comes the heavily-southern influenced, Yes, Yes Y’all. Using a complementary Cee-Lo Green sample from the Goodie Mobb song, Fly Away, Sean P raps about his jewelry, cars and women with a “silky Southern drawl.” While his material is nothing unheard of and his delivery is somewhat repetitive, like he explained to DJBooth in a recent interview, “As long as I get my message and my music out to my fans, my true fans, that’s all I care about.”
Written by DJ Z on 01/28/08
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