Lil' Mama, Chris Brown, and T-Pain are all on one track, which actually works nicer than it sounds on paper... I like Lil' Mama and her flow. I think she's probably the best young female rapper to hit the scene in years and be a credible floacist. It may be why her project has been so hard to get going, despite a massive hit like "Poppin'." Hopefully this single will give her a boost and drive more interest in her project.
The video is pretty fly, too.
Labels: Chris Brown, Lil Mama, T-Pain