Lil Goonie - Girlz Gone Wild

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Lil Goonie , Club
Producer:
Chopitic
Album:
TBA

Parents, keep your daughters away from the computer, because a new single from Inglewood, Nashville newcomer Lil Goonie is set to pick up where Joe Francis’s raunchy home video line left off.  Co-signed by the recently-featured 88-Keys, Girlz Gone Wild is a strip club banger courtesy of the newly-created Battery Records (which is owned and operated by Sony).  Teaming up with producer Chopitic, the emcee brings out the goons to have some fun on this wild and crazy track.  Currently set to release his work-in-progress album at the top of the New Year, Goonie has set out to forge his own path to success. With the backing of an indie-major and the support of some fresh faces in the industry, however, he just might have have what it takes to keep the girls shaking what God gave them.

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