Brisco ft. Flo Rida - Love

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Brisco
Featuring:
Producer:
J Rock
Album:
Unreleased

Don’t be fooled by the title of Brisco and Flo Rida‘s newest unreleased song to hit the DJBooth; Love is not a sappy song “for the ladies.” Rather, the two South Floridian Poe Boy Entertainment representatives take the opportunity to enjoy themselves while boasting about all the love that they receive from and in the streets.  While the topic at hand is certainly unoriginal, and members will be quick to hate on Bris and Flo, you’d be hard pressed to not slide producer J Rock a few points for creativity (he samples the operator message heard when a phone has been left off the hook for too long).  Even though Love is not currently set for inclusion on Brisco’s debut, Street Medicine, it should be a favorite of anyone who loves to show off.

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