Le’Che Martin ft. Rico Love - I’m So

Posted 9 years ago
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Soundz
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Let's

Most of the runner-ups on Making The Band 3 (the show that formed Danity Kane) have probably had their fifteen seconds of fame run out.  Le’Che Martin, on the other hand, is just getting started!  The Indiana-born, Milwaukee-raised songstress has been very hard at work making a name for herself nationwide, aligning with Rico Love (Usher’s rap protege) and Division 1 Records, on the R&B/hip-hop jam, I’m So.  Che demonstrates how addictive she is (”Have you always comin’ back for more”) and how she can make even the strongest mack “wanna settle down.”  Rico makes it clear that although he’s always going to be “a player from the Mil-town” (or so he thinks), he certainly will give her a try.  With top-class production from Soundz (One Chance‘s Look At Her, Pitbull‘s Go Girl,) I’m So (although less than three minutes long) is a perfect demonstration to the world of what Che, Rico, and Soundz are truly capable of.  Milwaukee stand up!

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