Bow Wow ft. T-Pain - She’s My

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Bow Wow , Club
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Producer:
Nice and Nicely Done
Album:
New Jack City (Pt. 2)

With his New Jack City (Pt. 2) album on deck for release, Bow Wow has already released two singles to radio.  Since neither Marco Polo nor Big Girls have picked up very much steam, Bow and his LBW/So So Def/Columbia team are considering trying a different approach.  A strong contender for next single is She’s My.  Though T-Pain‘s hook and instrumental help his cause, the record will win over female listeners because of its focus on one particular woman and her dedication to her man.  Since past Bow Wow hits (Let Me Hold You, Like You, Shortie Like Mine) have followed the same pattern, the Booth considers She’s My a solid pick.  New Jack City (Pt. 2) is currently set to drop on December 16; let’s do our part to make sure it sells as much as possible.  I’m M. Burmy, and I approve this message.

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