Jamie Foxx ft. T.I. - Just Like Me

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Jamie Foxx , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Tricky Stewart
Album:
Man's Intuition

Within the last week or so, many of Q4’s major releases have played hop-scotch on the calendar.  Universal pushed Akon’s Freedom back a week, from November 25 to December 2, and Common’s Universal Mind Control from November 18 to December 9, and Jive delayed Ciara’s Fantasy Ride from December 16 to late January of ’09.  Despite all the movement, DJBooth seemed to have things on our calendar under control… until 5pm last night.  Slipping and sliding into our inbox courtesy of J Records came Just Like Me – the first single from actor/singer Jamie Foxx’s second release, Man’s Intuition, which will drop on Ciara’s vacated December 16 spot.  Featuring a guest appearance by T.I. and production by Tricky Stewart, Foxx should have no problem keeping his pre-holiday spot on the board.

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