Unladylike - Dough

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Unladylike , Club
Producer:
3D
Album:
Unladylike Radio

Already well-known in their hometown of East St. Louis, Illinois (a suburb of the STL, but not far from Springfield), femcee duo Unladylike are ready to go national with their nuclear-powered sound.  Newly signed to Def Jam and currently scorching the net with their single, Bartender, the girls know that their follow-up (and first Booth feature) has to be something simply excellent!  Why all the Simpsons references, you may ask?  Because the single centers around a sample of Homer’s catchprase, “D’oh!” which is here used as a double entendre to express how much Dough Gunna and Tee are counting up these days.  Complete with a danceable, mid-tempo beat by 3D, Dough is sure to have club DJs calling everyone out onto the dancefloor.  For those tempted to slap this cut with a one-star rating, my simple advice is Don’t have a cow, man!

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