Since mid-2006, G-Unit member Young Hot Rod has patiently awaited the release of his debut album, Fast Lane. While watching other projects (Rotten Apple, Buck the World, Curtis, and the upcoming Shoot to Kill) take priority, Rod stepped back and continued to record, knowing his time would soon come. And if his new single is any indicator, that time should come sooner rather than later. Put It On Me is the obligatory “song for the ladies,” which thanks to Hot Rod’s laid back style and a sweet R&B hook, will remind the listener of previous G-Unit slow hits like 21 Questions, Wanna Get To Know U, Karma, and Follow My Lead. Fast Lane is set to be G-Unit’s first release of ‘08, hopefully Put It On Me will make it stick.
Written by Burmy on 11/18/07
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