Bone Crusher ft. Fabo & 2Dola - Transform

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Mr. Collipark
Album:
Planet Crusher

ATL’s Bone Crusher is bringing back high-energy party music (for which he’s semi-famous) as the once extremely-overweight rapper plans his comeback to the major leagues.  On his newest single, Crusher takes the opportunity to Transform into a flashier version of himself to show off at the club.  Furthering the overall transformation is a guest spot from D4L’s Fabo, who brings in his less annoying alter ego, 2Dola, to deliver a verse as well.  Fresh off working with flashy teen sensations, Mr. ColliPark chops up an organ-heavy beat that sounds a bit more like Lil’ Jon than his own previous works.  Can star power help Transform Bone Crusher back into the charting success he once was?

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