Ludacris ft. Small World - Pinky Shinin’

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Mr. Lee
Album:
Greg Street Presents: Sertified The Mixtape

While T-Pain and Lil’ Wayne spent 2007 doing their best Samuel L. Jackson routine (when you accept every offer that comes your way), rapper Ludacris sat back and enjoyed his long-awaited and hard-earned Grammy award for ‘Best Rap Album.’  As the calendar has flipped to 2008, however, the charm of his award has apparently warn off and Luda is once again hungry to tear up the industry.  In addition to appearing on a plethora of feature verses over the last month (Gimmie Dat, Grippin’ On The Bed, How We Do It), Mr. Bridges has hooked-up with DTP signee, Small World, and Houston producer Mr. Lee for the drop-top-down ready Pinky Shinin’.  The song is set to appear on Greg Street’s new mixtape, Sertified.

Ludacris Small World Street Banger

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