The track everyone’s been waiting for and I mean everyone, DJ’s and fans alike, is finally set to drop! Lil Jon, who’s indistinguisable vocals are used on the jam, broke the news today via his Twitter account. “GUESS WHATS FINALLY COMING IN A CUP (couple) WEEKS DJS!!” Gotta love Lil Jon. To further the anticipation the Tweet was accompanied with this album cover. ‘Turbulence’ will certainly be in the running for track of the year.
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