EPMD ft. Teddy Riley - Listen Up

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: EPMD
Producer:
Erick Sermon
Album:
We Mean Business

Out of Business since ‘99, legendary hip-hop duo EPMD, have returned to record their seventh album.  Though the industry has vastly changed over the last nine years, Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith have one thing to say to the doubters: “We Mean Business.”  On their “comeback single,” the duo requests that their audience Listen Up.  A member of another popular 90’s group, Teddy Riley of Blackstreet, is featured on Listen Up, adding vocoder-laced background vocals and a throwback sound (he was doing “the T-Pain” while T-Pain was still skipping grade school classes).  For those who have impatiently waited for We Mean Business, you gots to chill (sorry, couldn’t resist); once you get your copy on December 9, you’ll find that it was well worth the wait.

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