40 Glocc ft. Akon - Let Me Borrow You

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Akon
Album:
Stand 4 Somethin' or Fall 4 Anythin'

The “War for the West” between 50‘s G-Unit and The Game‘s Black Wall Street has been slowly playing out since 2005.  After The Game left G-Unit, in came Spider Loc and Hot Rod.  Those moves then prompted BWS to scoop up Clyde Carson and Juice.  (Still following along?)  Looking to tip the scale in permanent favor of G-Unit, LA’s 40 Glocc (co-signed to Mobb Deep’s Infamous label) is headed to the club with his new single, Let Me Borrow You.  While Glocc puts in some powerful ammo, Akon’s contributions to the hook and the beat easily overshadow Glocc’s verse.  However, it should be more than enough to get Glocc into the national spotlight and certainly garner a few playlists inclusions. Does the Unit have the edge?  Who knows.  But more importantly, does anyone care?

Big Bad 40 (40 Glocc) Akon

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