Deadbeats beware: Z-Ro‘s got your number. The Houston mainstay’s new single, You, calls out men everywhere who can’t keep their sh*t together. He doesn’t mince words, delivering three patronizing verses in an equally patronizing sing-song delivery. But hey, he’s the one with the mic, so he’ll be as damn preachy as he wants to be. Way to tell ‘em, Z-Ro. On the production side of things, he chooses to keep the beat homegrown, throwing in some bouncy synths over a little Houston percussion. It’s fun enough to be catchy but serious enough for his words to sink in. You will appear on his upcoming album, Crack, out September 9.
Written by Charlie E. on 08/14/08
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