When Vado‘s out pounding the pavement, his woman back home is never far from his mind. On his latest promotional single, the We the Best/Cash Money street mainstay pays tribute to the shawty he’s proud to call “My Bae.” Lee On the Beats does his thing behind the boards, serving up a pop-appealing, yet subtly gritty synth beat to back Vado’s high-rolling expressions of romantic devotion. Def Jam crooner Jeremih lends the requisite dose of smoothness to the record’s hook, promising to “treat you like my hustle—you know I be on it all day.” My Bae isn’t attached to a larger set, but those who like what they’re hearing should keep it locked. We’ll keep you posted on both Vado and Jeremih’s plans as further details emerge.
Written by richard on 03/11/14
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