DJ Suss.One ft. Flo Rida & Jamie Drastik - Single for Tonight

Posted 3 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Crew
Album:
None (Promo Single)

I fully expect Facebook to see a surge in relationship-status changes after the latest single from DJ Suss.One hits the clubs. Single Tonight is a lavish, star-studded jam encouraging clubbers to act like they are single, even if they aren’t. (Which might, in turn, led to them being single for more than just tonight.) Perfect for the dance floor, this record features the ever-energetic lyrical stylings of Flo Rida and the intoxicating vocals of Jamie Drastik (who also wrote the record). The Crew provide a clapping, synth-laden beat. In addition to hosting the effort, Suss.One takes center stage on the bridge, motivating the singles in the crowd to keep their hands up and their booties shaking for the rest of the night. There’s been no word on whether Single for Tonight will be part of a larger project. As always, however, you can keep it locked for the latest news and tunes.

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