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This is what he had to say when the writer asked about his dating preferences: Polow Da Don: Just the â King of the White Girls.â I ain't self proclaimed but I run with it.
[Laughs] There was a stage in my life where I went crazy with dating white women. And anyone who has a problem with this statement is ignorant.
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I.'s party on Wednesday Photo: Gifted Talents/ RMG ATLANTA — The King of the South collaborated with another King Wednesday night in Atlanta.
In an interview with Jayson Rodriguez for MTV News, da Don explained how he conceptualized the song, saying "I came from a Jerry Bruckheimer meeting after seeing the movie, and they were telling us all the music they needed for all the scenes and the characters. Ryan Brockington for the New York Post was critical of Hollywood Records decision to not include Rihanna and Brown's version on the soundtrack, writing "the Pussycat Dolls are listed as the artist, and as much as I wanted to believe it was a typo, I pressed play, and there was Nicole Scherzinger and her kittens singing away." He noted that Polow da Don had also produced songs for Brown and The Pussycat Dolls, including the latter's "Buttons", and that he might have had a part in deciding who he wanted to record the song which would ultimately be included on the soundtrack.
So that night I went to the studio and I was telling Chris about (the meeting).
I still remember hearing Fergies London Bridge and wondering, “Who is that? All Hip Hop.com: Did you have a big presence on the underground scene in Atlanta before going main stream? All Hip Hop.com: Atlanta-based producers are very unique in their own right.
Polow da Don, the producer behind pop-rap hits like Fergie's "London Bridge" and "The Glamorous Life" and Rich Boy's "Throw Some D's," has always been feeling himself.
The song is about an addiction to shopping, and more specifically, buying shoes and handbags.
Posted by Bossip Staff Polow has produced hits for Gwen Stefani, Fergie, Ciara, and Rich Boy.
The self-proclaimed ‘King of White Girls’, who has bragged about white girl ‘brain game”, recently was interviewed by AHH: All Hip Hop.com: Now, you call yourself the “King of All White Girls.” Elaborate on that for me.
Unless you have been living in a hole for the past two years, you have at some point jammed to the hard-hitting bass, heavy synths, unconventional horns and other knick knacks that have made the 28-year old Atlanta native a rarity in todays sub par music scene.
If not, dont think for a minute that he isnt prepared to bring you up to speed.