Jordan Morris - Do It Like Me

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Sasha F
Album:
Discovery EP

If you’re going out on a Monday night, you must be a bold individual who doesn’t mind a rough Tuesday morning at work… or you’re in college. Regardless, Jordan Morris is here to make sure that you start the night right before you even leave your place. On the UK pop buzzmaker’s latest single, Do It Like Me, you have full rights to get your Shakira on to the high octane boardwork of producer Sasha F. Now you have an excuse to mouth, “I am the king if you don’ know,” to that cute girl at the bar with somewhat of a reasonable explanation. Tell her that you read it in Cosmo. Trust us. Do It Like Me will be found on Jordan’s upcoming EP, Discovery.

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