Big Boi ft. Backbone - Dubbz

Posted 8 years ago
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Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty

Despite Big Boi‘s two recent singles, Royal Flush and Sumthin’s Gotta Give, garnering largely positive reviews inside our DJBooth, neither one has attained widespread commercial success.  With his debut album, Sir Luscious Left Foot: The Son Of Chico Dusty, approaching its current release date of October 28, the Outkast member has released another album track specifically made for longtime Dungeon Family fans.  On Dubbz, the ATLien and fellow Dungeon Family alumnus Backbone (aka Mr. Fat Face 100) breathe new life into the seemingly played-out topic of multi-accessoried cars.  Complete with creative delivery and verses discussing such varied topics as Fruitopia drinks, the unemployment line, and monkey bars, Dubbz is living proof that a little thought and some Southern charm can make a stale topic new again.

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