Monday, January 12, 2009

Katt Williams Raps on Historic Track

Katt Williams, First Sunday, HBO: The Pimp Chronicles Pt.1, while preparing on Long Island for some television appearances and a Carnegie Hall performance, spent some time at Media Recording Studios.
Katt needed a studio with a seasoned producer in Hip Hop music, so he arranged to work with Steve Young.

Steve Young played a track for Katt that he had previously arranged for the pioneer of Reggae Gospel, Lester Lewis, "I Saw A Black Man In The White House".  Williams liked the hook so much that he recorded a rap for it right then and there, with Steve in the booth. The rest made history.

The track was posted on YouTube, on November 4th, it has received over 30,000+ views and has inspired several remixes.

The Single and downloads are available to order now at

The Single and Ringtones are available on Rhapsody, Amazon Mp3, and all major online stores. Visit YouTube to listen to the song.

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