DJ Pharris ft. Shawnna, Lil’ Scrappy, Rich Boy & Paul Wall - How 2 Act

Posted 8 years ago
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Chicago’s DJ Pharris has rounded up another batch of artists for his next attempt at DJ Khaled-mockery.  How 2 Act features fellow Chicagoan and former DTP 1st lady, Shawnna, as well as Lil’ Scrappy, Rich Boy and Paul Wall.  The irony of the song’s title is that it isn’t phrased as a question, because if it were the answer would be “no.”  If Pharris had thought long and hard about whom he should choose to be featured on a song entitled, How 2 Act, T.I., Prodigy of Mobb Deep, Foxy Brown and the recently arrested T-Pain and Trey Songz might have been more appropriate selections.  Guess they’ll have to coordinate better next time?

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