Chamillionaire ft. Lloyd & Twista - Make a Movie

Posted 6 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Happy Perez
Album:
Venom

The mixtape messiah Chamillionare is back and looking to build some hype for his upcoming third studio album Venom. With the help of Lloyd and Twista, Cham hopes to pick up where he left off after the semi-success of his sophomore album with the release of lead single Make a Movie. The track’s production comes from Happy Perez, who has been making tracks since No Limit’s How You Do Dat, and although the production is not what you would expect from the wood-grippin, candy paint dripping Texas rapper, the lyrics aren’t your typical Southern offering either. Although Cham does talk about his car, the song centers around his penchant for seducing women and then convincing them to make a “movie.” Ya know, the type of movie Kim Kardashian, Kendra and Eve have all starred in? Lloyd and Twista are certainly no stranger to songs about doing naughty things, but this is definitely a different approach for Cham. Do y’all think this move into the bedroom will help or hurt him? We’ll find out for sure when Venom drops…sometime.

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