One Chance - U Can’t

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: One Chance , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
T-Pain
Album:
Untitled

Chicago R&B quartet One Chance has patiently waited over a year to release their debut album.  Signed to J Records and Usher’s label, US Records, the fella’s have released a plethora of buzz singles including Private, My Word and Get On Top, but none of the releases have seemed to push the group toward a solid drop date.  Hoping that their boss and the production of T-Pain can help change the past, One Chance unleashes the new song, U Can’t.  One second into the song and it’s obvious that the guys are attempting to peg their crowd as club goers who frequent the bar.  Although that demographic might be hit or miss, you can’t deny the hit-making ability of these four young men.

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