Deepside - Bubble Bath

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Git Fresh , Club
Producer:
T-Pain
Album:
Untitled Debut Album

After signing a recording contract with Jive Records in ’06, the quartet formerly known as Deepside released their debut single, Let’s Make Love (DJBooth recently featured a newly produced version of this song).  Unfortunately, in the two years since that single was sent to radio, no album or follow-up single has arrived… until now.  After being given the green light for their project to make a move in ‘08, members Pretti Sly, Rude Boi, Penny and Ezay decided they also needed a new name; the group decided on the cliché, Git Fresh.  Kicking off the project is the soapy snap track, Bubble Bath, which will remind listeners of T-Pain’s Buy U A Drank (without the Yung Joc).  Let’s review: Git Fresh drops Bubble Bath; looks like they want a clean start!

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