Neema ft. Mistah F.A.B., Glasses Malone & Latin Rose - Thinking Bout You

Posted 3 years ago
Keyboard Kid
Cigar Room

Last we heard from Neema, on May 2012’s Gone, he was struggling to pick up the pieces of his broken heart after the woman he loved walked out of his life. Nine months later, the Pacific Northwestern up-and-comer’s keeping up the façade that he’s over it but, even when he’s kicking it with dimes at the club, his thoughts keep returning to that ex-girl. The lead effort off his forthcoming collaborative set with beatsmith Keyboard Kid, Thinking Bout You finds the artist flowing about his predicament over his partner’s pop-appealing synth boardwork. West Coast colleagues Glasses Malone and Mistah F.A.B. contribute guest verses dedicated to a couple women who’ve been running through their respective minds, and R&B songstress Latin Rose handles the hook. Official visuals come courtesy of A.K. Romero. Cigar Room as yet lacks a solid drop date but, as always, we in the Booth will keep you supplied with the latest news and tunes.

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