Paul Wall ft. Lil’ KeKe - Break Em Off

Posted 9 years ago
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For Paul Wall, 2006 was quite the year: A platinum album, a successful side business as a grill dentist and a blissful marriage.  Just don’t ask him what the highlight was in front of his new wifey though—she might not like his answer.  Regardless, 2007 looks to be just as big as the People’s Champ comes with his sophomore album, which will include the Lil’ Keke collaboration, Break Em Off.

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