The Flashback Fridays #2 (Special Edition For Shawty Lo) For 9/23/16: D4L - Betcha Can't Do It Like Me (2006)

Listener Discretion is Advised, especially if you aren't black and/or lived in the hood 

In full memory of the life of Shawty Lo, this week's Flashback Fridays series is dedicated to him.

In their major rivalry at the time with Dem Franchise Boyz, D4L dropped their second single after their massive first one blew them into music superstardom. Although "Betcha Can't Do It Like Me" never came close to hitting the heights of "Laffy Taffy," it still served as a solid second single representing truly what D4L was about.

Unfortunately for any fans of the group,  "Betcha Can't Do It Like Me" served as the group's final single. The disbanding begin shortly afterwards with Fabo and Shawty Lo starting their own solo careers.

So your second Flashback Friday tribute this week in dedication to the life of Shawty Lo, it's the Teriyake Smith produced fun track "Betcha Can't Do It Like Me."

There's one more main tribute to come this week in The Flashback Fridays, for the late Shawty Lo. Stay tuned for that here at TWD.

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