"Walked In" (Bankroll Fresh Feat. Travis Porter & Boochie; Prod. by Mr 2-17)
Most every Wayne remix tape includes a freestyle over a local Atlanta smash. On No Ceilings, that was "Swag Surfin," produced by KE on the Track, and Wayne's version ended up outshining the original from the short-lived trio F.L.Y. (aka Fast Life Yungstaz). Now, Bankroll Fresh is already much bigger than F.L.Y. was in '09, but a Weezy remix of "Walked In" would be the same sort of gift dedicated to the Atlanta streets that have supported him throughout his career.
Bankroll fancies himself a new age Hot Boy, and Wayne, of course, is one of his biggest heroes. In fact, Bankroll already got 3 out of 4 Hot Boys to remix the track he named after the Cash Money group. Bankroll's biggest track, Walked In," is no doubt Magnolia-inspired -- and Mr 2-17, with a few basic tools in his arsenal, is creating a movement reminiscent of the wave Mannie Fresh started with the N.O. foursome circa '97. You know Wayne could destroy this cheekily simple piano melody. Most of ATL's new guard loves Weezy, and with a remix of "Walked In," he could remind them why.