Dallas Blocker - Boyfriend (Like I Was Your Boyfriend)

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
D. Bott
Album:
Unreleased

In the three years since we first started featuring new music for full-length streaming, the Booth has made major strides in the online music community, bringing you everything from exclusive interviews to world premieres all the way to our recently-launched freestyle series.  Today, you, the readers, will get to help decide the fate of a potential single, presented to us by Houston-based R&B singer Dallas Blocker. Spotting a lady in the club who’s left her Boyfriend at home, Dallas spits some major game in hopes that he can take her home and get it in just “Like I Was Your Boyfriend.”  Blocker’s radio-ready vocals, comparable to many of R&B’s biggest names, along with the topical appeal and D-Botts’ mid-tempo beat, add up to a record with all the makings of a hit—the only question remaining is, will it get the push it needs to win radio and DJ spins?  The power is in your hands, Booth-heads, so use it wisely!

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