After signing a deal with G-Unit Records in late 2005, Young Hot Rod (also known as Mick Swagger) assumed his debut album would reach critical mass within a calendar year. Unfortunately, Fast Lane has been delayed since mid-2006, as projects from Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and 50 Cent were deemed higher priorities. Although after two plus year of waiting, the project is starting to peak its head above the desert sand of sunny Phoenix, Arizona. On the new street single, Bump My Sh*t, Hot Rod hooks up with popular producer Polow da Don for a medley of East Coast bravado and West Coast high-on-myself attitude. In other words, exactly the formula Fiddy’s been using for years.
Written by DJ Z on 02/3/08
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