Jay Sean ft. Busta Rhymes - Break of Dawn

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Keeping the party going week in and week out can be a lot of work. Even the most avid weekend warriors can find themselves hankering for a warm bed and good sleep come Saturday evening; but who wants the party to end? If you want to keep the liquor flowing until the Break of Dawn, you’d better be sure that the latest cut from Jay Sean and his YMCMB labelmate, Busta Rhymes, is in rotation. Setting the mood on this high-octane cut is a club-friendly beat by Orange Factory Music. Atop the synth-riddled instrumental, Sean displays an intoxicating, smooth approach sure to earn him the admiration of female listeners. His silky style is complemented by the earth-shattering, energetic flow of Busta Rhymes, who finds the perfect blend of flash and force to keep the party rocking all night. Jay’s senior set, Neon, is scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers this Tuesday.

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