Electrik Red ft. Ludacris - We F*ck You (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Electrik Red , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Tricky Stewart & The-Dream
Album:
How To Be A Lady (Vol. 1)

Thanks in large part to Weezy F. Baby‘s guest verse on their So Good (Remix), Electrik Red finally have a solid release date for their major-label debut, How To Be A Lady (Vol. 1).  Ready to repeat that success by breathing new life into another prior release (which, like So Good, picked up mixed reviews when it first hit the Booth), the ladies supplement male-domination anthem We F*ck You with a testimonial from a Def Jam labelmate.  Right around the midpoint, guest-verse king Ludacris turns up the energy with another of the freaky tales he’s been known for since Y2K.  Radio Killa bosses Tricky Stewart & The-Dream do their thing on the production tip, but even more credit may be due the editors who found a way to render We F*ck You fit for radio without the result sounding like a scratched CD.  Can Naomi, Sarah, Lesley, and Binki finally live up to their name and electrify the earphones of listeners everywhere?  Find out May 26…

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