Akon ft. Kardinal Offishall & Colby O’Donis - Beautiful

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Akon , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Akon & Jaylien 2010
Album:
Freedom

Earlier this year, Akon launched the Interscope-backed KonLive Distribution with releases from Kardinal Offishall (Not 4 Sale) and Colby O’Donis (Colby O).  While both projects have suffered from lackluster domestic sales, each possesses a certified smash hit of a lead single (Dangerous and What You Got, respectively).  Hoping that their combined talents can lead to success for his forthcoming release, Akon has selected both artists to appear on his junior album, Freedom.  On their way to the club (once again), the three musketeers discuss their plans to snag a Beautiful woman and create an “all for one and one for all” scenario later in the evening.  Co-produced by Jaylien 2010 and Akon, Beautiful might not be an official single, but it has club-potential written all over it.  Freedom is scheduled for worldwide release on December 2.

Akon Kardinal Offishall Colby O'Donis Club

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