Jazmine Sullivan - I Need U Bad

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Missy Elliot and Lamb
Album:
TBD

As the newest R&B singer to sign with J Records, 21-year old Jazmine Sullivan has quite the summer ahead of her.  Going with the typical ‘pining over a lost love’ ballad route, the Philadelphia songbird quickly turns her regret into resolve, telling her ex-man “I Need U Bad.”  In Sullivan’s corner is the iconic Missy Elliot, who delivers a smooth, relaxing beat that is similar to past work with Monica, Mya, and Keyshia Cole among many others.  As the summer heats up, I Need U Bad might just be the perfect remedy for a frosty, bitter relationship hiccup.  Check back in July to see if this one produces some fireworks…

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