Rock City - No Air (Freestyle)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: R. City
Producer:
Bluetooth & The Underdogs
Album:
We Feature Ourself mixtape

When they aren’t busy writing hit records for other artists (see the Pussycat Dolls’ new single, When I Grow Up) or solidifying the track list for their forthcoming Interscope debut, Wake The Neighbors, Konvict duo Rock City are hard at work producing new joints for their We Feature Ourself mixtape.  Having previously used freestyle rapped and sung versions of hit songs by Kanye West, J. Holiday and Usher as mixtape tracks, the duo recently scooped up Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown’s collaboration, No Air, and have put an interesting and unsuspected political twist on the effort.  Pleading for our troops to come home and announcing that our governing body should have impeached President Bush, R. City’s version of No Air is anything but hot air.

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