Brutha ft. Fabolous - I Can’t Hear the Music

Posted about 8 years ago
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Featuring:
Producer:
Elvis "BlacElvis" Williams
Album:
Brutha

Since ‘05, Def Jam has been a launching pad for “We Got Next” artists looking to become “Industry Heavyweights.”  In the meantime, various artists have jockeyed for position, fighting to become the brand’s “next big thing,” the most current being R&B “boy band” Brutha.  While you’ll be seeing plenty more of Grady, Anthony, Jared, Jake, and Cheyan this November, thanks to their upcoming self-titled BET reality show, we thought we’d give you a first look at the Jam’s potential next big thing.  On their debut single, it seems the quintet is so focused on their respective ladies that no matter how loud it’s being played, they Can’t Hear the Music being spun.  Joining the fellas are labelmate Fabolous and frequent label producer Elvis “BlacElvis” Williams, who both add their swagger to the record.  The group’s self-titled debut is set to drop on December 9.

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