Frank Anthony ft. Kendrick Lamar - Live in My Bed

Posted about 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
The Audibles
Album:
Sixty8 Comeback

When first we met him, on late-August 2011’s Rubbing Off on You, Frank Anthony was in the “constantly-getting-it-in” phase of a new relationship. A year and change later, you might expect that flame to have died down to a more manageable level, but nope—they’re still going at it. Thus, on his latest single and second Booth feature, the singer proposes making their de facto arrangement official: “I want you to Live in My Bed.” Rubbing Off songwriter Poo Bear returns to pen this upbeat cut, and beat crew The Audibles reprise their role behind the boards, cooking up a club-ready four-on-the-floor backdrop to back the artist as he rattles off the many perks of cohabitation—from daily breakfast in bed to a pillow personalized with his girl’s name. West Coast hitmaker Kendrick Lamar contributes some characteristically hi-octane flows on the record’s back end. Feeling it? More is just a few mouse-clicks away; released on Sunday evening, Anthony’s Sixty8 Comeback mixtape/album is available now online.

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