Jennifer Hudson - Dangerous

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Back in the olden days, kings used to have food tasters swallow a little bit of whatever’s on their plate to ensure some ambitious rival hadn’t slipped them poison. Well, as your official music listener, I can assure you that Jennifer Hudson‘s latest single poses no threat to your health. It is, however, Dangerously catchy. Follow-up to July’s R. Kelly-assisted It’s Your World, this cut sees the RCA Records R&B songstress rhapsodizing about the exhilaration she feels around a certain man. Backed by 1985‘s upbeat disco grooves, she compares him to “brass knuckles in a street fight” and “no hands on a motorbike, riding at the speed of light.” Are you thrilled with Jennifer’s latest effort? If so, you’ll want to watch our pages for further singles leading up to the September 23, arrival of junior full-length JHUD.

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