Clyde Carson ft. Sean Kingston & The Game - In Da Club

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Jonathan “J.R.” Rotem
Album:
Unreleased

In July of ‘07, the Booth featured Clyde Carson‘s buzz single Doin’ That; in addition to being Carson’s first official single (and one of my first assignments at the Booth), it was also Sean Kingston’s first guest verse.  Though Carson’s debut, Theater Music has remained on hiatus, a previously unreleased recording has surfaced in the Booth.  In Da Club finds Carson once again alongside Kingston, and Black Wall Street boss The Game also hops aboard.  Major accolades should be directed towards super-producer J.R. Rotem for a beat that contains so much of a techno sound, it could have easily gone to Wiz Khalifa.  Although In Da Club was originally intended for inclusion on Theater Music, it is no longer slated to be featured on the album.  Stay tuned to DJBooth for further developments on Clyde’s recording future.

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