Project Pat ft. Princess (of Crime Mob) - Don’t Call Me No Mo

Posted about 9 years ago
Producer:
DJ Paul & Juicy J
Album:
Walkin' Bank Roll

Following the disappointing sales of Crook by da Book: The Fed Story, Project Pat has left Sony and gone the independent route with his upcoming release, Walkin’ Bank Roll.  A lot of Pat’s older fans should love the first single Don’t Call Me No Mo for its similarity to past hits such as Chicken Heads or Don’t Save Her; Pat once again expresses his disgust for money hungry women who keep calling and texting his phone.  Crime Mob’s Princess (who sounds a lot like former HCP females Gangsta Boo & La Chat) joins along for the hook, but the supreme production of DJ Paul & Juicy J. will have fans old and new alike anticipating Walkin’ Bank Roll (off Koch Records on October 30th).

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