JC ft. Gorilla Zoe - Nobody Gotta Know

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Shannon 'SL' Lee
Album:
Voicemail

Justin “JC” Crowder is the only solo R&B artist signed to Block Ent./Bad Boy South and is preparing to release his Voicemail to the world in 2008.  Following an earlier collaboration with Rick Ross (Tic Toc), JC has his second message ready on speed dial.  With a female handpicked at the club, JC reminds her that it’s OK if she’s taken; Nobody Gotta Know.  Revealing a completely contradictory stance on women (see You Don’t Know Me and Portrait of Love), Block Ent. label mate Gorilla Zoe jumps on board and charms with his unique grown-man temperament.  Top it off with production from long-time collaborator Shannon ‘SL’ Lee and the message is clear!  Prior to hearing his Voicemail, JC will release material independently through his newly created company, BluTooth.

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