Not heard from nationally since the release of last year’s debut, Eat or Get Ate, rapper Tony “Tum Tum” Richardson is back on the scene. To kick off the buzz for his forthcoming sophomore project, No Struggle, No Progress, he is joined by Irving, Texas-based producers, Play N Skillz, for an ode to his hometown Dallas females. On the appropriately-titled Dallas Girls, the former Dirty South Ryder is assisted by an aphrodisiac beat from the duo and an auto-tuned assisted hook courtesy of Skillz (of the duo). Tum Tum’s hot and spicy new single will be sure to attract plenty of ladies from D-Town… and beyond.
Written by Amanda S. on 07/14/08
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