Just Because This Was Sent Over: Chingy's New Album To Listen To If You Need Something To Do
Backstory on why the hell this post is even on here:
I am crazy bored at the 9 to 5 today since the day is going by terribly slow and I'm actually a pretty good employee who has their paperwork done in advance.
So I'm checking my e-mails, various websites and whatnot to stay awake until the magic hour when I can roll out and end up run into this link and a press release for Chingy's new album.
Personally, I thought Chingy was a rip-off of Nelly when dude first came out and hearing "Right Thurr" in constant rotation (and that was pretty much it from that album, that I remember) made me want to hit radio and video programmers upside the head with a solid steel tire iron repeatedly.
In other words, your girl isn't crazy about this dude.
I suppose for party joints, etc. that he will do with a few shots of Patron and in this day and age, Chingy isn't the most wack/ordinary/non-distintive MC cat out there - its just not my cup of tea in the least.
* shrugs * Maybe that's just my old woman status in the game.
So I tell you folks what, you can click here, give the joint a free listen and tell me what you think of this new album by him, Hate It Or Love It (* crickets * and fruitcake to whomever came up with this "creative" title * rolls eyes *).
The joint with Amerie (poor girl can't catch a break) that in rotation now, "Fly Like Me" isn't making my ears bleed, but I'm not amazed with at all either.
Should I give this a solid listen, avoid it like the plague, what? Let me know!
For those who take on this mission, here is the tracklisting:
2. Hate It Or Love It
3. Check My Swag
4. Fly Like Me (w/ Amerie)
5. Kick Drum
6. Gimmie Dat (w/ Ludacris & Bobby Valentino)
7. All Aboard (Ride It) (w/ Steph Jones)
8. Trickin' Off Skit
9. Spend Some $
10. 2 Kool 2 Dance
11. Lovely Ladies
12. How We Feel
13. Roll On 'Em (w/ Rick Ross)
Chingy Official MySpace
DJ Fusion is a short, above average looking Black-American female DJ, writer and photographer in her 30s that's originally from the Prince Georges County, MD and now going back and forth between New Jersey and the DMV (DC/MD/VA). Since 1998, she's been doing the syndicated radio show, The FuseBox Radio Broadcast, which brings the best of Black Music from all over the world along with news, interviews and commentary. Check out what's happening with the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast at our official website, http://www.FuseBoxRadioOnline.com!