One Chance ft. Rock City - Slow Mo

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: One Chance , Club
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Cornaboyz
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Untitled

In 2005, Usher announced he started his own record label, US Records.  The flagship artists on the label were songwriter/rapper Rico Love and R&B quartet One Chance.  Despite both acts receiving a spot on the soundtrack to Usher’s film debut, In The Mix, neither has released their major label debut.  Although label frustrations have stunted the development of the Chicago-based One Chance, they have continued to record new material and leak banger after banger.  Following the leaked cuts U Can’t and Get On Top; Rob, Jon, Michael and Courtney have cooked up the sexy dance floor hit, Slow Mo.  Featuring Akon-signee’s Rock City, the song has an authentic island vibe that’s sure to capture the hearts and bodies of women around the world.

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