Chopper City Boyz - Dealer

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Sean Shawneci
Album:
Live From the Concrete Jungle

B.G. has been a very busy man recently, promoting his upcoming solo album Too Hood 2 Be Hollywood, as well as the Chopper City Boyz’ August release, Live From the Concrete Jungle.  Since Concrete’s first single, Bubblegum, wasn’t well-received by the Booth’s members, B. Gizzle, Snipe and Gar have sent us another featured track, Dealer.  Listeners will be quick to point out the interpolation of Michael Jackson‘s classic Beat It on the song’s hook, but there’s plenty of depth to be found in each member’s verse.  Producer Sean Shawneci delivers with a low-tone beat, presumably so the audience can focus on the Boyz’ gritty tales.  For more stories of the street life, Live From the Concrete Jungle is set to hit stores and online retailers on September 16.

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