Sean Garrett ft. Rick Ross - In Da Box

Posted 5 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Lex Luger
Album:
Untitled

The long-delayed album of producer/singer/rapper/songwriter/former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture (ok, I made that last one up) Sean Garrett is finally truly taking form. Almost six months after his last offering, the J.Cole assisted and Booth-approved Feel Love, Mr. Garrett is back and ready to swag on new single In Da Box. Production on the X-Rated record comes courtesy of the current King of Bangers, Lex Luger, who takes his usual booming bass back a couple notches and adds some light synths for a more radio friendly feel, while constant Lex companion Rick Ross drops in for, of course, a molasses flowed verse (Bawse!). As for Sean, he lays down an appropriately catchy and suggestive hook while also grabbing the mic for two verses drenched in references to sex, places to have sex and a certain sexual practice I can’t name here without getting fined by the FCC. Steamy new single aimed at radio (after it gets a little editing)? Major guest verse? While there’s still no release date set for Garrett’s upcoming album, Courtesy Of

, all signs point to sooner rather than later.

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