Lloyd ft. Harry-O & Ja Rule - Devil In A Dress

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
7 Aurelius
Album:
TBD

Last year, when Lloyd dropped his gold-certified sophomore album, Street Love, the LP included the track, Killing Me.  In the song, Lloyd references a certain female by singing the line, “She’s a devil in a dress, dressed to impress.”  Despite the singer moving towards his next project, it looks like the devil has made her return.  Featuring Murder

Inc. rappers Ja Rule (waiting to release his new album) and Harry-O (who has never released his major solo debut), Lloyd details this Devil In A Dress, using some Indian-sounding production from in-house professional beatsmith, 7 Aurelius.  While Lloyd’s project is currently untitled, expect its release before the end of 2008.

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