3Deep ft. Plies, Webbie & Mannie Fresh - Watch My Shoes (Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: 3Deep
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Allen, J./Martin, S./Vernell, M. III
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First 6 Months

Last winter, Asylum Records released Trill Entertainment Presents: Survival of the Fittest.  The album was a platform for the Trill ENT roster and featured the breakout hit, Wipe Me Down, performed by rappers Lil’ Boosie, Webbie and Foxx.  In addition to the popular ode about ‘being cleaned off’ was the track Watch My Shoes  (not be confused with Dude & Nem’s Watch My Feet), performed by Baton Rouge trio 3Deep.  Since the LP was a moderate success, Watch My Shoes has received the remix treatment with label mate Webbie and Down South favorites Plies and Mannie Fresh joining the fracas.  3Deep will release their debut album, 365 Days, sometime later this year.

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