Chrome ft. T-Pain - She Fine

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Chrome , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Juicy J and DJ Paul
Album:
Project Landlord

Already a big name in Memphis’s underground hip-hop scene, emcee Chrome signed with Three 6 Mafia‘s Hypnotize Minds label in 2005.  After leaving the HCP in early 2007, he returned four months later, and has since been working on his follow-up, Project Landlord.  Despite the recruitment of feature favorite T-Pain for the new single, She Fine, Chrome actually handles the catchy hook himself.  So, where does that leave Teddy Pain?  On the second verse, where he fits in a vocoder-laced tale about just how fine a certain female is.  DJ Paul and Juicy J do what they do best, supplying a dark-sounding piano loop for the hypnotic production.  Stay tuned to find out if Chrome gets his slice of the major-label cake.

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