YoungBloodz - Ridin Through Atlanta

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: YoungBloodz , Club
Producer:
Kane Beatz
Album:
Unreleased

After ATL duo YoungBloodz released their third album, Ev’rybody Know Me, in 2005, the plan was for Sean P and J-Bo to each release a solo album before the group’s next effort.  While several of the buzz singles from both artists have reached DJBooth, for some reason the LaFace/Jive executives haven’t seen either Very Necessary or Going Hard as a priority on the release schedule.  Realizing they can get back on the major airwaves if they reunited, YBZ is back to promote their upcoming fourth studio album, tentatively titled Bad Influence.  For the first buzz single, the duo are back to what they’re known for in their music, Ridn’ Through Atlanta in a candy-painted car.  For anyone who might be disappointed by the sound, I guarantee it’s going to be a banger in its proper setting, the whip.

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