Michael Francis x Cito On The Beat - Work on You

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Cito On The Beat
Album:
Cold Heart Chronicles

Every time I walk by the non-functioning light in my living room, I keep telling it, “I will Work on You soon!” Months later, though, I still have yet to take a closer look. I should take a new cue from Michael Francis, because when he says he will Work on You, he means it. The only difference is that, whereas I’ll be replacing a light bulb, he’ll be “working on” his lady in the bedroom. On his latest song release, making its world premiere here in The Booth, producer Cito On The Beat cooks up an energetic, yet steamy instrumental perfect for keeping the fires burning until the sun comes up. Atop the shrouded beat, Francis’ crisp, dynamic vocals ring out as he serenades his lady. He ever switches things up with a few rapped bars. In addition to his lady, Michael is also working on his long-delayed, but still-on-the-way Cold Heart Chronicles LP; keep it locked for news on the project.

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