Archie Eversole - How You Like Me Now

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Needlz [for Dry Rain Entertainment]
Album:
TBD

After serving an eight-month jail sentence for assault, Archie Eversole decided to straighten up his life.  Although his 2002 debut, Ride Wit Me: Dirty South Style spawned a hit in the form of the Bubba Sparxxx-assisted We Ready, not many copies were sold.  Once the label shut down, the Atlanta native went on hiatus for roughly six years.  Fast forward to 2008, however, and Eversole finds himself signed to producer NeedlzDry Rain Entertainment, and ready for his sophomore album. On the follow-up to What Money Sounds Like, he brings back his rough-and-ready flow to ask those who have been waiting, “How You Like Me Now?”  Needlz’ low-bass beat, when combined with Archie’s rhyme scheme, makes for a perfect transitional single in and out of the clubs.  So, how do you like him now?

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