Did you know that one of the two shortest possible sentences in the English language is “Go.”? It has a subject (the person being commanded to “go”) and a predicate (the command itself), the two parts necessary to create a grammatically correct sentence. I’m pretty sure that Triple C’s weren’t thinking about linguistics while writing their latest street single, though. Flowing over a synth-heavy instrumental by Schife (who also guests on the track), Rick Ross, Gunplay, Torch, and new member Young Breed meet up with Cash Money head honcho Birdman and head down to their local club; needless to say, the night’s activities do not involve diagramming sentences. If you enjoy discussing the finer points of English syntax, this track might not satisfy your desires; if women, dancing, and drinking are more your speed, though, you’re sure to find more to your liking on the trio’s forthcoming Custom Cars & Cycles LP (which has yet to receive a release date).
Written by Dr. D on 07/26/09
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