Tonight, at the House of Blues, Dallas-based super-producers Play-N-Skillz will perform a set as part of a bill its sharing with Bone Thurs-N-Harmony and Play-N-Skillz's own G4 Muzik-signed artist, Inertia.
Seems the similarly Dallas-based Inertia has been the major focus of the brothers Salinas for the past few months--ever since the NBA All-Star break, at least. That's when Juan and Oscar started running around town wearing shirts emblazoned with Betty Crocker's logo.
Wasn't just a fashion statement, turns out.
This week, the brothers are pushing Inertia's new single, called "Beddy Crocka," pretty darn hard. It's easy to see why, thanks to some guest appearances from Lil Wayne on the hook and from DFW's own Tum Tum, who offers up a verse to the track.
Check it out after the jump.
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Super nice guy, though.
And I do like his use of the phrase, "Wokka wokka wokka." Fozzie Bear references are always nice.