Anthony Hamilton ft. David Banner - Cool

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Kelvin Wooten
Album:
The Point of It All

Having already showed us what it’s like comin’ from where he’s from and reassuring us a year later that ain’t nobody worryin’, R&B singer Anthony Hamilton is back with some brand new Southern country-soul.  On November 18, the Charlotte, North Carolina native will get straight to The Point of It All on his junior album, bringing his mix of old-fashioned storytelling to more upbeat material.  Still in his Po’ Folks mood, Anthony tells his woman not to worry about how little money they’ve got; as long as they have love for one another, everything’s will be Cool.  Fellow country bumpkin David Banner assists with a guest feature nod and producer Kelvin Wooten supplies a mid-tempo beat that works perfectly as background music.

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