Sugar Tongue Slim - Funky Ass B*tch

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: STS
Producer:
Rain
Album:
Immaculate Conception

We’re all familiar with the Knightwritaz production/songwriting team of Oak, Mario (yes, the singer), Sterling Simms (yup, that Sterling Simms), and Marsha Ambrosius (you’ve got the idea).  Well, a fifth member has emerged from the group, as Sugar Tongue Slim looks to take his rightful place amongst his group mates this spring.  After receiving a call from one of his exes (who he hasn’t seen in five years), STS suspects he might have fathered a child.  The following day he receives another call, but after confirming the child isn’t his, all that’s left to do is cuss out that Funky Ass B*tch.  While listeners will be impressed with STS’s unique rap style and producer Rain’s steel-drum board work, let this be a reminder to men around the world; never leave home without a jimmy hat.

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