Hurricane Chris ft. Cherish - Secret Lover

Posted 6 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Scorp Dezel & Don Vito
Album:
Unleashed

There’s low maintenance, and then there’s low maintenance. Played by R&B foursome Cherish, the woman Hurricane Chris addresses on this potential Unleashed single is clearly a member of the latter category – perhaps thanks to the sexual prowess Chris boasted of in his last selection, she’s perfectly willing to be his Secret Lover, no strings attached. Backed by Scorp Dezel & Don Vito‘s springy synth-string instrumental, the New Orleans representative semi-apologetically explains his need to keep things on the down-low (“That’d be goin’ against the grain/ it ain’t nobody’s business that you’re kickin’ it with Hurricane.”) Complete with Cherish’ silky-smooth hook and backing vocals, this R&B-informed jam is certainly a catchy one, but is it official-single material? That’s for you to decide. Either way, Hurricane Chris fans can find plenty more new tunes on the Ratchet ambassador’s sophomore studio album, arriving in stores tomorrow (the 22nd) via Polo Grounds/J Records

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