Earlier this month, on a Wale-assisted single off his long-awaited junior set, Sean Kingston asked an alluring King of Diamonds dancer to give him some of that Seasonal Love, but remained tight-lipped about what type of love he was prepared to offer in return. Turns out, he was saving that for the follow-up. Nic Nac reprises his role behind the mixing boards on the freshly-released Shotta Luv, serving up a slow-rolling synth beat as the Island-Pop mainstay expresses his appreciation for his girl via comparisons to his whip and his trusty firearm. 2 Chainz showcases his gift for flattery on the front: “This my testimonial: I wanna be alone with you: You are so phenomenal, I wish I had a clone of you.” Is Shotta Luv going to get some of that DJBooth love? That’s for y’all to decide. Watch for Back 2 Life to hit record stores and online retailers September 10, via Epic.
Written by richard on 08/18/13
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