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how do u like dis song???

this song has the same lyrics over and over and over and over again. it gets boaring. HIP HOP IS DEAD!!

Catchy chorus but let's be real here

These guys are yet another generic D4L like group that can't rap and has this big song then they're gone. The chorus is catchy and yeah the song can be a bit addicting, however this is NOT quality hip-hop. Hip-hop needs to be rescued from this mediocre stuff soon!

Great Song to Dance to

Though the rappers lack any real talent, the chorus is catchy and it really makes you want to dance. "Party Like A Rockstar" is pure fire in the club. I absolutely love it. I'm glad iTunes finally got this song, geez!

Biography

Formed: Atlanta, GA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Classifying their sound as "hood rock," the Shop Boyz tried to separate themselves from the Atlanta crunk scene, but as their 2007 breakout single, "Party Like a Rockstar," showed, the trio fit right in with its heavy bass and drums complemented by pop savvy and edgy guitar riffs. Cousins Meany (Demetrius Hardin) and Fat (Richard Stevens) along with their best friend Sheed (Rasheed Hightower) all grew up on the streets of Bankhead, a western Atlanta neighborhood. They each worked on cars during the...
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