Akon - Right Now (Na Na Na)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Akon , Club
Producer:
Akon
Album:
Freedom

Love must be in the air for tabloid favorite Akon, whose new song Right Now (Na Na Na) has the hit potential to make past sponsor Verizon come calling once again.  This first official single off of his newest disc, Freedom, due out in stores this November, finds the multi-talented artist urging his lady to waste no more of their time making up.  While the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter continues to branch out as a complete artist, he again contributes his production skills to the track.  Evidently, throwing children off of stages all across the globe has led the 35-year-old to incorporate a variety of unique flavors, including a Spanish guitar. Whether or not you’re a fan of this catchy lil’ ditty, you cannot hate on a track you’ll probably be humming for the next few months.

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