Musiq Soulchild ft. Estelle - People Everyday (Metamorphosis Mix)

Posted 8 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Robert James, Sly Stewart
Album:
Meet The Browns Soundtrack

It goes without saying that 2007 was an excellent year for Musiq Soulchild.  In case you aren’t up to speed, here’s a recap: After being traded from Def Jam to Atlantic (in exchange for Fabolous), the Philly R&B singer returned to his early-‘00s peak with his fourth album Luvanmusiq (#1 on the Billboard 200, plus B.U.D.D.Y. and Teachme both received major airplay).  Ready to continue his roll, Musiq will kick off the soundtrack to Tyler Perry’s newest movie, Meet the Browns, with People Everyday.  Sampling the Sly and the Family Stone classic, Everyday People, Musiq, along with UK singer/rapper Estelle, teach the audience that people should be judged based on first impressions.  The Meet the Browns soundtrack will be released on March 18.

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