Young Buck takes time away from his feverous party singles to stroll through a more introspective, almost mournful part of his life, in the song Slow Your Roll. Buck reminisces over a Dr. Dre beat on times past and looks to his tatted arms as a reminder of all those lost so dear to him. Unfortunately, this song takes a turn for the worse when crooner Chester Bennington takes the helm for the bridge. Before you can even ask yourself “Who is this dude singing?” you get stuck on the question “What did 50 have against Ja Rule’s material again?” Though the collaboration seems forced, it should help Buck with continued radio play.
Written by Lochy N. on 04/6/07
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