Brisco ft. Lil’ Wayne & Flo Rida - Just Know Dat

Posted about 8 years ago
Tags: Brisco , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Mr. Beat
Album:
Street Medicine

It seems every artist that has ever recorded under the Poe Boy Entertainment label has had at least one catchy-hooked single to get stuck in listeners’ heads (Jacki-O had Nookie, Rick Ross had Hustlin’, and Flo Rida topped them both with Low).  Ready to join them is Opa Locka emcee Brisco, who thinks we should Just Know Dat he’s all about making music and money.  Despite assistance from Flo on the hook and superstar Cash Money label mate Lil’ Wayne on the middle verse, the lion’s share of the credit here belongs to Brisco with his infectious lead vocals (and to Mr. Beats for the lute-heavy production).  If you’re looking for the cure to the common hip-hop album, check out Brisco’s debut, Street Medicine, currently set to drop in the 1st quarter of ‘09.

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