John Legend ft. Rick Ross - Who Do We Think We Are

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“Who the f**k is this John Legend guy, and where does he get off creating beautiful songs for our listening pleasure? What nerve!”, said… nobody ever. While the G.O.O.D. Music R&B singer is way past the point of having to justify his activities, he demonstrates his humility by calling himself out on Who Do We Think We Are, the official lead single off his next studio album. Over his, Kanye West and Dave Tozer‘s production, a luxuriant flip of Jean Knight’s classic Mr. Big Stuff, Legend fills fans in on just how well he’s been feeling, and living, of late. Assisting on the guest tip, Rick Ross contributes his luxuriant lyrical stylings to the record’s middle portion. Fans will be able to find this cut, Booth-approved buzz record The Beginning and much more on Love in the Future, scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers June 25.

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