U Can Believe It feat. Ludacris
The new single from Atlanta based Playaz Circle set to be released 3/28.
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In the past few years it's seemed as though every hot rapper has come out of the South, especially from the hip hop breeding ground of Atlanta whose crunk style of hip hop has put the city on the map as a leader in pop culture. But recent Disturbing Tha Peace signees "Duffle Bag Boys" aka PLAYAZ CIRCLE are showing that every artist from ATL is not defined as crunk. "We are more like the old school artists, we like to rap. I think it's kinda different because everybody hearing the crunk era don't say nothing on the verses, and me and Tity we a little different from that" explains Dolla Boy, one half of Playaz Circle. Partner Tity Boi feels "it's very competitive down here, but we up for the challenge. We just stick to the ingredients behind our music, picking beats that we feel are perfect for the club, riding and all of that." Though the duo don't describe their style as crunk, they absolutely support their hometown. "The ATL has a lot of southern hospitality. We see each other in the club, it ain't nothing like New York or West Coast where the artist want to get at each other. We all want to see each other get money. That's basically what we here for, so we definitely support all ATL artists and hopefully they support us."
Their new single, "U Can Believe It" features DTP star Ludacris, who after hearing how hot the song was, insisted that he get on it. Knowing him from their College Park apartment complex, it was Luda who would one day be the opening act for PC. According to the Circle, Luda first befriended Lil' Fate and the two of them soon started working on demo tapes at his place. Shortly afterwards Lil' Fate introduced Luda to Tit and they all became friends, who shared a common dream of making it in the rap game. On the track "U Can Believe It," the playas keep on their old school style with their smooth groove and flow.
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