Sean P ft. CP Hollywood - Ima Hoodstar

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Sean P , Club
Producer:
CP Hollywood
Album:
TBD

In 2007, DJBooth featured several buzz singles intended for use on Sean P‘s solo debut, Very Necessary.  Unfortunately, the YoungBloodz member’s parent label, Jive, moved slowly on the project’s promotions and the album stalled.  Since then, Sean P has packed his bags and arrived at the greener pastures of Asylum/Warner, ready to get back to work promoting his now-untitled album.  Celebrating his fresh new start, the Atlanta native is ready to stunt once again, showing off like his fellow hometowners on Ima Hoodstar.  Once again, we feel obliged to inform our readers (unlike many Internet blogs) that T-Pain is indeed not on the hook; CP Hollywood plays the role of voice-boxed singer (and producer).  As for Sean P, his debut album is scheduled for release later this year.

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