Colby O’Donis - Don’t Turn Back

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Clinton Sparks & Akon
Album:
Colby O

After spending several months atop DJBooth’s R&B Chart with his debut single, What You Got, singer Colby O’Donis is ready to plant the seed for a second consecutive smash.  With plenty of consideration given to a T-Pain collaboration (which will most likely make his debut album’s final cut), Colby and his Konvict crew have decided on the Clinton Sparks-produced Don’t Turn Back.  Written by the man himself, Colby’s song is an ode to women who cannot forget about past relationships.  With a charming personality, and mad skills on the guitar, O’Donis no doubt should be able to convince quite a few female listeners.  Colby O will land in stores and online retailers this summer.

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