Before he releases his next studio album, Adrenaline Rush 2007 (set to drop in August 2007), Twista is bringing his crew, the Speedknot Mobstaz, to the forefront in a Nelly/St. Lunatic approach with their new jam Gangstaz Don’t Dance. New coming mobstaz, Mays and Liffy Stokes, spit game to the ladies throughout while insisting that when they “2-step in one spot and bounce to the music” it isn’t considered dancing (it is, dude!). Gangstaz Don’t Dance is a sure-shot club banger thanks in large part to producer Drumma Boy’s horns, strings, and rapid fire hi-hat laced beat.
Written by Lochy N. on 04/18/07
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