Dem Franchize Boyz ft. T-Pain - Come Come

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Marvelous J
Album:
At the Point of No Return

When approaching their new album, At the Point of No Return, Virgin Records rap quartet Dem Franchize Boyz released the lead single, Talkin’ Out Da Side of Ya Neck.  Featured here at DJBooth this past October, the song created very little initial buzz, but the label stuck with it.  Skip ahead a few months, full of non-stop singles featuring T-Pain, and the folks at DJBooth are now firmly convinced there is an industry-wide conspiracy.  Recorded last year, the DFB/T-Pain collaborative effort, Come Come, is set to be pushed as the group’s next single.  Why now?  Why not last October?  Simple; T-Pain was too busy last fall (Kiss Kiss, Good Life, Church).  When all else fails, unleash the sleeping giant… otherwise known as the previously recorded T-Pain collabo.

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