Jamie Foxx ft. T-Pain, Busta Rhymes & Lil Wayne - Blame It (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Jamie Foxx , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Christopher "Deep" Henderson
Album:
Intuition

You may remember the Yung Joc-featuring remix of Jamie Foxx‘s boozy Blame It, which I cited as a potential Intuition single.  Well, I was half correct: Foxx’s latest single is a remix of Blame It, but not that one.  As it turns out, this is the record’s official remix and Intuition‘s second single selection.  While Yung Joc was a good addition to Jamie Foxx and T-Pain‘s original version, I’m sure you’ll agree that guest contributions by Busta Rhymes and Lil Wayne, as well as a brand new verse by T-Pain (relegated to the hook in the original) more than make up for his absence. As Busta’s mellowed-out verse focuses on the seductive dance moves of one very inebriated shawty, Weezy sounds like he’s been sipping on something a little more potent (I’ll give you three guesses, and the first two don’t count); on his Auto-Tuned 16 bars, he seems to think that he’s the drink.  The previously-featured unofficial remix was relatively well-received by our raters – will the addition of two superstar emcees add a star or two to the record’s score this time around?

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