Avery Storm ft. Pitbull - Here I Am (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Avery Storm , Club
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Drumma Boy
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Unreleased

Almost all of the hits on DJBooth’s Top Picks chart feature a lead artist using the help of a guest feature; while the collaborations certainly can help the lead artist, the feature artists also have the opportunity to make a name for themselves.  Just ask Derrty Ent. artist Avery Storm, who worked collaboratively with Rick Ross on Trilla‘s third single, Here I Am.  On a new remixed version, neither Ross nor Nelly contribute; rather, Avery takes center stage and continues to appeal to the ladies which he tempted on the original hook, and rapper Pitbull joins in to get the crowd moving to this mid-tempo jam, with a particular regard for all of the coupled listeners.  The original version can be found on Trilla (out now), while the remix could be made available on Avery Storm’s forthcoming debut.

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