With their recent solo albums, Scale-A-Ton and Hustle Till I Die, DJ Paul and Juicy J both returned to the underground sound that made the Three 6 Mafia famous. So, fans can expect the group to take a similarly hardcore approach on their forthcoming Laws of Power LP, right? Wrong! Likely inspired by the success of Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body), Three 6 have elected to pack the LP with club bangers, club bangers, and more club bangers! One such jam, Shake My, finds Paul and Juicy spitting fast-paced verses over Rodney Jerkins’ house samples (Never thought you’d hear the Six over a Darkchild beat, eh?). Complete with an upbeat hook by Bad Boy signee Kalenna, Shake My may receive hate from hardcore heads, but you can bet those same individuals will be dancing in their seats when it comes on the car radio.
Written by Burmy on 08/6/09
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