Shorty Da Kid ft. Diamond & Princess - Fire

Posted 9 years ago
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Producer:
Trackboyz
Album:
'89 Fresh

Hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, is the city’s newest teenage sensation, Shorty Da Kid.  The 16-year old phenom has already run the Lou’s #1 radio show for four years, but now looks to take over the rap game as well.  His new single, Fire, is a typical “booty jam” with Shorty spitting his young pimp game; he wants to get his hands on what the ladies got.  Crime Mob females, Diamond and Princess, show up to warn Shorty that once he gets some though, he’s gonna get sprung (which is the last thing any pimp wants to have happen!)  STL expert beat makers Trackboyz help liven up the mood, making Fire a potential chart sensation and allowing Shorty the chance to be the next big thing from the Gateway City.

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