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'' And on the appealingly Native Tongues-esque ''On & On,'' over warm keyboards and crisp snares, Mims gives voice to his opposition: ''Is he still waiting around for that applause? '' He probably is; this sort of modesty requires ego.
But none of this would matter if Mims hadn't achieved the impossible: a second hit.
S.,'' this Miami rapper's second album, it's introduced by a skit in which a record executive joylessly talks about ''international setup'' as if size were the only thing that mattered. Both Flo Rida and Mims are known their chart positions far more than for their skill sets.
And ''Sugar'' is derived from ''Blue (Da Ba Dee),'' by the Euro-club cheeseballs Eiffel65.
The springy ''Move (If You Wanna)'' -- no ''This Is Why I'm Hot,'' but sticky nonetheless -- has made him a one-hit wonder two times over.
It's an unfortunate identity, but an identity all the same.
“The purported documents that are also being circulated are forgeries.
Often Mims refers to how hated he's become for his success, but truly it's hard to loathe someone so underwhelming.His managers or whatever hired my dad to keep it quiet, so he could get a record deal.“The guy, Pleasure P, molested a 4-yr-old [sic] child and was about to molest another one when the police came and saved the child … They’re threatening my family and telling my dad he’s going to get sued,” another tweet read.“I first overheard my dad say that it was someone famous, but I found out who he was talking about.This guy Pleasure P got kicked out of a group because he was hiding that he was a child molester …