Chamillionaire ft. Ludacris & The Game - Creepin (Solo)

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
DJ Montay
Album:
Venom

In November of ‘08, Chamillionaire released Creepin’ (Solo), the lead single off his forthcoming junior album, Venom.  Despite overwhelmingly positive reviews in the Booth (the average rating was 4.5, “Near-Classic”), the single never really caught on at radio; thus, he’s decided to release a new, reworked version.  Though Ludacris’ closing verse and DJ Montay‘s beat are retained, the revamp features a brand new opening verse by the Koopa himself, followed by yet another guest feature.  This time around, The Game adds to the cut’s hit potential with his own high-octane 16 bars.  Venom is currently tagged for release this summer.  Hopefully, this version of Creepin’ (Solo) will succeed where the original couldn’t and net the album a solid release date.

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