Lil’ Keke ft. Slim Thug, Paul Wall & Tre - Money In Tha City

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Lil' KeKe , Club
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Producer:
Mr. Lee
Album:
Loved By Few, Hated By Many

As an alumnus of the celebrated Screwed Up Click, rapper Lil’ Keke knows that his fans have been anticipating his much-delayed Swishahouse debut, Loved By Few, Hated By Many, for roughly two years.  Planning for the album to finally be heard later this year, Don Ke has scooped up fellow Houstonians, Slim Thug and Paul Wall, for a tribute to everyone making Money In Tha City (whether legally or illegally).  With Baton Rouge native Tre Virdure‘s hook vocals and Mr. Lee‘s street-certified production, Money In Tha City has the makings of yet another underground street anthem in the veins of Chunk Up The Deuce and Ima GLoved By Few, Hated By Many is currently scheduled for release this September.

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