Carlito ft. D12 - Hater in the Club

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Omega Productions
Album:
Carlito's Way (The LP)

The most important asset an artist can possess is a strong network of connections, which, if chosen carefully, can carry one all the way to the top.  Just ask New Jersey emcee, Carlito, who, after collaborating with Shady RecordsCa$his on DJ Vlad‘s forthcoming The Usual Suspects, Vol. 1 mixtape, has hooked up with a few familiar faces on buzz record Hater in the Club. Featuring D12 members Kon Artis, Kuniva, and Swift, the record describes the chaos that ensues after the dreaded hater is spotted.  With a beat from Omega Productions (who must have taken courses at the Dr. Dre School of Production), Hater in the Club is a potential club banger… if listeners aren’t already tired of all the ‘hater’ talk, that is.

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