Gorilla Zoe - I Like Them Girls

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Gorilla Zoe , Club
Producer:
Drumma Boy
Album:
Don't Feed the Animals

This past December, Gorilla Zoe teamed up with DJ Holiday to release his newest mixtape (and the official Don’t Feed The Animals prequel), Feeding Time.  On the street album, Zoe included a hidden track that just screamed “club banger,” picking up plenty of positive feedback and earning a spot on the album (possibly as a single).  Over Drumma Boy‘s pulse-pounding beat, Zoe calls out, “I Like Them Girls!” and proceeds to describe a few of his freakiest experiences.  What else can we say?  In addition to potentially becoming Zoe’s biggest hit to date, I Like Them Girls could also be an early candidate for Best Crossover Record of ‘09!  Don’t Feed The Animals will be available in stores and online on March 17.

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