Boxie ft. Juelz Santana - Let Me Show You

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Boxie , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Mel & Mus [for Wallstreet Ent.]
Album:
TBD

While he might be inexperienced in the music game, Queens-bred artist Boxie seems awfully knowledgeable in the dating game.  On his new single, Let Me Show You, the 18-year-old takes charge of his relationship and sounds extremely confident in his delivery of the message.  Featuring fellow New Yorker Juelz Santana and the production of Wallstreet Entertainment duo Mel & Mus, Let Me Show You is a large step in the right direction for Boxie, who started his professional career with Murder, Inc. in 2005.  Signed to Polo Grounds Records, the talented singer was featured on Hurricane Chris’s Playa’s Rock single and will also be featured on several songs off Ja Rule’s long-awaited release of The Mirror.

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