Hyphy pioneers The Federation soften their usual noisy tone to offer the slow jam Happy I Met You, from their upcoming sophomore album, It’s Whateva. In their “song for the ladies,” which seems to be on every rap album nowadays, Doonie Baby, Stressmatic, and Goldie spit their game to a girl they’re trying to get to spend the night. Unlike most rappers however (who are all about the one-night-stand), The Federation sounds like they are working towards a committed relationship. Assisted by a verse from household favorite Snoop Dogg (who keeps it pimpin’ in his usual laid-back tone), as well as Rick Rock‘s unique mix of synthesizers and guitar riffs, look for Happy I Met You to receive regular airplay all over Cali… and maybe a little in other regions as well.
Written by Burmy on 07/20/07
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