Watch out, rap game—the St. Lunatics are back and ready to reclaim their spot as hip-hop hitmakers! Having kicked off their big comeback with a self-titled (and Booth-approved) street single, the quintet are now angling to hit the industry right where it counts: in the club, of course! Inspired by ‘03’s infamous Tip Drill (and its even more notorious video), Nelly, Ali, Kyjuan, Murphy Lee, and the newly-freed City Spud call on all the ladies in the spot to Get Low 2 Da Flo. Production duo Play-N-Skillz supply a minimal, percussion-driven beat sure to inspire some salacious dance moves (and quite a few YouTube videos). So, are the St. Lunatics ready for their official return to the big leagues? Find out later this summer, when City Free hits store shelves and online retailers.
Written by Burmy on 05/5/09
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