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Jurassic 5 - Brown Girl



Jurassic 5
Jurassic 5 - Brown Girl
(12") Up Above UPA3143, 2006-11-07

Tracklisting :
A1. Brown Girl (Clean) feat. Brick & Lace
A2. Brown Girl (Dirty) feat. Brick & Lace
A3. Brown Girl (Instrumental)
B1. Radio (Clean)
B2. Radio (Dirty)
B3. Radio (Intrumental)

Links :
jurassic5.com
myspace.com/jurassic5
upabove.com

Press Release :
On their latest installment, Jurassic 5 creates a super single building with two production heavyweights, Scott Storch and Salaam Remi. This single has blow-up written all over it the accessibility to move the club, the airwaves, and hip-hop purists alike.

Never straying from the melodic lyrical style that we have all grown to love, "Brown Girl" finds Jurassic 5 rhyming amidst the commanding bass line of a Scott Storch banger. That’s right, Scott Storch! Also, featuring up and coming R&B artists Brick & Lace, this single promises to have people talking while proving the groups striking musical versatility.

On "Radio", Salaam Remi (of Nas and Fugees production acclaim), provides the infectious backdrop to this Golden Era throwback that finds the group reminiscing as well as illustrating their own quest to bring real Hip Hop back to the radio.
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