Kid Sister ft. Nina Sky - Lookout Weekend

Posted 6 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Nadastorm
Album:
Jersey Shore (Season 2) Soundtrack

As an Italian-American, and a Jersey native by birth, I find MTV’s Jersey Shore to be deeply offensive, and… aw, who am I kidding? I actually love that show, and you’d better believe I’ll be watching every single ridiculous episode of Season 2. With respect to Pauly D, though, I think there’s room for improvement on the musical front. Enter Kid Sister with Lookout Weekend, the lead single off the second season’s official soundtrack LP. Here, the pulse-pounding percussion and sizzling keyboard of Nadastorm set the stage for a celebration of, well, celebration; in her high-energy verses, the femcee who brought us Pro Nails explains that, when she gets her hands on a microphone, the result is an instant party. Handling guest duties are twin-sister duo Nina Sky, who contribute an infectious chorus along with a bilingual bridge. Whether you’re living it up at the Shore this summer, or (like me) you’re just gonna party vicariously through The Situation, Snooki and co., you’ll be able to find more high-energy tunes on the soundtrack LP (available now). If you’re craving more from Kid Sister and Nina Sky, well, keep it locked for all the latest!

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