Mr. Smilez ft. Lloyd - Nite Life

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Mr. Smilez , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Dakari
Album:
The Sponge

In the summer of 2002, indie rap duo Smilez and Southstar scored a Top 40 hit with Crash the Party lead single Tell Me, thanks in part to a catchy sample from Marvin Gaye and Diana Ross’ Stop Look Listen (To Your Heart).  Despite several attempts to drop another album (including the BET Uncut classic Good Look),  the duo were unable to escape the “one-hit wonder” stigma, a fact that ultimately led to their demise.  On his latest solo single, Mr. Smilez heads out to forget his cares and simply enjoy his city’s Nite Life (being the home of Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, and Magic basketball, the O-Town scene is one of the strongest in the nation).  R&B singer Lloyd decides to stop by and join the party, contributing hook vocals and a closing verse over Dakari‘s propulsive beat.  The Nite Life only gets more fun in the summertime, so look for Mr. Smilez to pick up spins galore when The Sponge drops this summer.

Mr. Smilez Lloyd Club

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