Sean P ft. DJ Khaled - Everywhere We Go

Posted 9 years ago
Tags: Sean P , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Cool & Dre
Album:
Very Necessary

Sean P of the YoungBloodZ finally drops the actual first single, Very Necessary, from his upcoming solo album, Watch Me Do My Thang.  With some Dade County flavor on board, DJ Khaled hypes up the beginning, only to allow a bass-piano-electric guitar beat from Cool & Dre (which sounds like T.I.‘s Big Things Poppin’,) and Dre’s background hook vocals to assist nicely.  Sean P uses Everywhere We Go to boast about his nationwide connections, from ATL to H-Town and even Cali to Minnesota (what?).  Although this single is extremely enjoyable and addictive, it sounds identical to previously leaked solo cuts from Sean P.  Look for a little bit more variety when Very Necessary drops this fall.

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