Lil Boosie ft. Bobby V - Nobody

Posted about 7 years ago
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Producer:
Nard & B
Album:
Superbad: Return Of Boosie Bad Azz

With Booth-acclaimed motivational jam Better Believe It currently being promoted as the lead single off Lil’ Boosie‘s forthcoming sophomore album, Asylum Records have leaked another potential hit they hope will add to the LP’s momentum.  On Nobody, the Louisiana rapper tells the story of a one-night stand that quickly developed into something more—now, he’s so addicted to the woman in question that he’s even thinking of getting her a ring.  Bobby V brings some big name appeal on the hook, and Nard & B top the track off with a beat that may leave listeners wondering if the duo broke into the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League‘s studio and stole their hitmaking formula—suffice it to say, their instrumental sounds very similar to the League’s boardwork on 2 Pistols and T-Pain‘s She Got It.  Regardless, this catchy cut may well have what it takes to earn Superbad: Return of Boosie Bad Azz a solid release date from the Trill execs.

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