Sean Garrett - Lay Up Under Me

Posted about 8 years ago
Producer:
Stargate & Sean Garrett
Album:
Turbo 919

Since his first single as a lead artist, Grippin’ On My Bed, was released in February, many listeners have waited patiently for longtime songwriter/producer Sean Garrett to release his debut album, Turbo 919.  Though it’s been eight months the wait unfortunately continues for anyone not a citizen of Japan (the only country where the project was dropped).  Knowing what it will take to get the 919 speeding towards the States, Garrett has picked up arguably the biggest production team in R&B for the his new single, Lay Up Under Me. As Sean utilizes his soft vocals, Stargate provides accompaniment similar to several of their past hits (If I Was Your Man and Spotlight come to mind).  With some quality radio promotion, this potential single could find a comfortable spot in rotation.  So, will Lay Up Under Me provide the spark needed to start the engine?

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