Metro P ft. Bobby V - Lavish

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Metro P
Featuring:
Producer:
Key Kat
Album:
Prophet or Playboy

The ‘split personality’ angle has been a trendy pick amongst many artists (Tyrese, Cassidy and T.I.), who for entertainment value, have decided to battle themselves in a fight for musical supremacy.  Next up on the fight card is newcomer Metro P, who is leaving it to his listeners to decide: Prophet or Playboy.  On his new buzz single the first blow is landed by the Playboy, who describes just how Lavish Metro P could make life for a would-be lady.  Assissting with a smooth hook is DTP’s resident R&B crooner Bobby V and a piano-harp mix on the beat comes courtesy of producer Key Kat.  So, with round one in favor of the Playboy, will the Prophet get something going?  Check back in May when the Prophet or Playboy scorecard is released.

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