Shanell ft. Drake & Lil Wayne - So Good

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Cool & Dre
Album:
None (Promo Single)

Today’s a good day for those who like to hear Wayne guest on R&B records. Featured today on Robin Thicke‘s Pretty Lil Heart, the Young Money head honcho also jumps on the latest promo single from Shanell—and this time he brings a heavyweight labelmate along for the ride. On this upbeat, hip-hop informed selection, Cool & Dre‘s chopped-soul grooves set the mood as the Cash Money songbird pays tribute to a man who makes her feel So Good. Though she admits that she gets restless when he’s away, she clearly isn’t the jealous type: “And when you’re gone too long, I’m waitin’ with your T-shirt on, playin’ your song.” Weezy and Drizzy alternate verses with the headliner, the former bringing some of his trademark wordplay to the front (“Way too many ho(l)es, like I’m playing golf.”) and the latter lacing the middle with a anecdote about a stripper who may or may not be working her way through college. Like what you’re hearing? While Shanell has yet to reveal details on any forthcoming projects, those who like what they’re hearing can keep it locked to The DJBooth for all the latest details.

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