L.A.-based rap group OverDoz. has been gearing fans up for their major label debut, 2008, for quite some time, having already leaked several cuts from the album, including their Pharrell-produced standout “Last Kiss.”
For their latest single, “Why We Never Leave The Ghetto,” rather than getting a guest verse or a hook, the four-man crew recruits some heavy-hitting musicians instead: G-Funk revivalist Terrace Martin (an established recording artist and producer whose saxophone can be heard on Kendrick’s TPAB) and Farid “Fredwreck” Nassar of Aftermath Records (who lends keys on Compton and helped produce Nate Dogg’s Music & Me, Snoop’s Paid tha Cost to Be Da Bo$$; the list goes on). With these two producing, it’s pretty difficult to go wrong.
As they mentioned in our recent interview, OverDoz. already has a great bond with Terrace, and it’s quite evident on this track, as the four of them flow all over the record with ease. As of now, there is no release date for 2008, but with more than a few singles and videos out now, it cannot be much longer. Stay tuned
By Christian Hernandez