Natasha Bedingfield ft. Lil’ Wayne & Sean Kingston - Love Like This (Jim Jonsin Remix)

Posted 8 years ago
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Producer:
Jim Jonsin
Album:
Pocketful of Sunshine

When Lil’ Wayne hooked up with Latin-Pop singer Enrique Iglesias for the song Push, the collaboration was met with mixed reviews.  One reader proudly proclaimed each had “sold out.”  Well, it looks like Weezy didn’t listen, because the rebel rapper appears on the remix to English-Pop singer Natasha Bedingfield’s current single, Love Like This.  Co-written by Rico Love and Ryan Tedder (of OneRepublic), the original version of this record has reached as high as #17 on Billboard.  For the remix, though, new producer Jim Jonsin scooped up Wayne, kept the original guest artist, Sean Kingston, and tweaked producer Runawayz’ beat.  Bedingfield’s current album, Pocketful of Sunshine, was released on January 22nd off Epic.

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