Clyde Carson ft. Sean Kingston - Doin That

Posted 9 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Jonathan "J.R." Rotem
Album:
Theater Music

Coming straight from the Bay Area is the newest artist on The Game‘s Black Wall Street Records, Clyde Carson.  The 25-year old Oakland native had already made a name for himself in the Bay Area (most notably as the front man of local group The Team) before he got his major deal.  His debut single Doin’ That, has all the tools of a successful first single; an attention-grabbing beat, laid-back yet powerful lyrics to announce his arrival on the major scene, and Akon-esque vocals on the hook courtesy of fellow newcomer, Sean Kingston (of Beautiful Girls fame).  This song promises to be a sure-shot club-banger, and will probably have some radio success as well.

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