Fabolous ft. Ne-Yo & Ryan Leslie - Look At Her (Killin’ Em pt.2)

Posted 5 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Ryan Leslie
Album:
The Soul Tape

Collaborations are great aren’t they? Think about it, would Taco Bell’s Meal Deals be as epic without the Doritos? I think not. Hence the reason I love hearing various artists come together. From All City Chess Club to the Money Making Jam Boys, having various artists in one room together (or at least on a song together) can take all parties involved to another level. Today, we feature the first leak from the latest collaborative group in Fabolous, Ne-Yo, and Ryan Leslie titled Look At Her (Killin’ Em Pt. 2), an ode to the extremely fly girls who are pulling Buzz Lightyears and living above and beyond the rest of the competition. How could you not enjoy a song with Fab providing the rapping, Ne-Yo providing the singing, and Ryan Leslie providing his trademark style of casual singing and some radio-friendly production that keeps its gutter appeal? With thumping drums, it’ll have any girl tapping her feet away in her cubicle at work while planning the weekend’s events, and eagerly awaiting the release of the trio’s upcoming free project, The Soul Tape, on April 21.

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