Carlyle ft. Ghostwridah - Replacement [Premiere]

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Carlyle
Featuring:
Producer:
Oddz.n.Endz
Album:
TBD

Selecting a mate is a big, big life decision – kind of like purchasing a major household appliance. And, like, say, a malfunctioning washer-dryer (provided it’s under warranty), a significant other who isn’t performing up to spec can always be returned for a refund or Replacement. At least, that’s how it works in the world of up-and-coming singer/established songwriter (Maybach Music 2, You Know Me) Carlyle, who spends his latest single (an exclusive world premiere!) trying to sweet-talk a female into trading her current man for a newer model. Joining the headliner over Oddz.n.Endz’ stuttering synth boardwork is Miami native and recent reader favorite GhostWridah, who attempts to win over the woman in question with wit and flattery: “That’s why I prefer you over all these other women / got a sea of bad b*tches I can scuba dive and swim in.” Does this Booth newcomer have what it takes to set himself apart from the pack? For now we can only speculate, but those digging this track should stay tuned for release details on Carlyle’s currently-untitled debut album, which has yet to receive a release date.

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