Unthinkable collaborations occur daily in the music industry; Mariah Carey and ODB did share a recording studio! Adding to that list of unlikely partnerships are rapper Slim Thug and the TGT trio of Tank, Ginuwine and Tyrese (if you’re late to the party, they formed a group). Let Me Grind, off Slim’s sophomore album Boss of All Bosses’, has the extremely tall and gruff Boss Hogg Outlaw choppin’ it up over the sweet harmonies of R&B royalty. If you can get over that the joint venture seems forced, production work from Polow Da Don turns the effort into an enjoyable club and radio record. Grind it out, enjoy and always expect the unexpected.
Written by DJ Z on 11/14/07
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