Trill Entertainment is one of the most talked-about labels in Southern hip hop, in large part to hits like Zoom and Wipe Me Down. With such success, the label now focuses its attention on Webbie, whose debut album Savage Life (particularly Bad Chick) had several references to his taste in women. Judging from Savage Life 2‘s first single, Independent, Webbie is pretty sure he knows what he wants: “got her own house, got her own car, 2 jobs, work hard.” Joined in this penchant by fellow Trill Fam members Lil’ Boosie and 3Deep’s Lil’ Phat, as well as producer Mouse on the beat, there’s no reason that Independent shouldn’t continue the Trill hit-train and influence woman in the right way.
Written by Burmy on 10/9/07
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"Wipe Me Down (Remix)" (2007)
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