To help boost the meager sales of Hustlenomics, Yung Joc has released yet another single. Bottle Poppin’, which seems like the 27th collaboration with rhyme partner Gorilla Zoe, finds the two MCs describing how they roll at the club; popping’ the bottles and making it rain on the models. While the lyrics are entirely unoriginal, the sole redeeming factor is the eerie yet upbeat production courtesy of Trillville’s Don P. Either way, Bottle Poppin’ has an uphill climb to become a hit at radio– a problem that ‘next single runner-up,’ Play Ya Cards, wouldn’t have encountered.
Written by Burmy on 09/20/07
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