Omarion ft. Fabolous & Pusha T - Know You Better

Posted 3 years ago
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Bumpin’ & Grindin’ is all well and good, but what Omarion really wants is to get to Know You Better. On a new single off MMG‘s next compilation album, the crooner moves things from the physical to the intellectual realm, probing a female companion about every aspect of her life. But he keeps the mood sexually-charged, making clear that the game of 20 Questions is just the prelude to something more intimate: “First I need to know where your head at, ‘fore you give me some… I’m playin’.” Joining the headliner over Rock City and The CoCaptains’ steamy synths, Pusha T and Fabolous deliver inquisitive guest verses on the front and back. Fans will be able to find this Rock City-penned burner and much more on Self Made 3, scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers September 17. Click here to pre-order the set via iTunes!

Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Omarion’s The Topshelf Company-directed Know You Better visual.

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