Lil’ Mo ft. Fabolous - Sumtimes I (Part 2)

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Lil' Mo
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Cynthia K. Loving
Album:
Pain & Paper

Some artists work together as though they were born to musically collaborate; Method Man and Mary J., Jay-Z and Beyonce, Ja Rule and (Fill in the blank).  Like Bobby and Whitney (before they did crack and got divorced), a chemistry that exists between two artists simply can’t be denied.  Thus, the reason for the song Sumtimes I (Part 2), the 450th collaboration between Lil’ Mo and Fabolous. Found on Mo’s new independent album, Pain & Paper, the song is a continuation from part one which features Jim Jones.  While she might have been MIA for several years, Lil’ Mo still posses her swagger and skill; like natural chemistry, both are undeniable.

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