Omarion ft. Gucci Mane - I Get It In

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Omarion , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Tank
Album:
Ollusion

Apparently Omarion’s icebox has finally thawed. Almost three years after the young R&B star became a grown man on his sophomore album 21, Omarion is back with his new single, the marching-band banger I Get It In. Over some whistle heavy production that I first guessed was the work of Swizz Beatz (wrong, the production was done by Tank) and featuring a guest verse from the suddenly omnipresent Gucci Mane, I Get It In is Omarion’s attempt to bring his always smooth sound to the club. If O wants to unseat the likes of Chris Brown and Trey Songz from the King of Young R&B throne, he’ll have to do better than this. Anyone disagree? I Get It In is the new single off his upcoming album Ollusion, set to drop November, 24.

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