Shontelle - T-Shirt

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Shontelle
Producer:
Wayne Wilkins
Album:
Shontelligence

When the words “Barbados” and “major artist” are put together, a certain Def Jam signee typically comes to mind.  Set to join RiRi in worldwide Bajan representation is SRP/SRC recording artist Shontelle, who is about to give the world a dose of Shontelligence with her numerous musical influences.  With a forthcoming girls’ night out on the horizon, the St. James native doesn’t feel “right” wearing her expensive outfit without her man in tow. Luckily, she finds a T-Shirt he left at her pad and sure enough, it does the trick until he returns home.  Although many listeners won’t be requesting this new cut in the clubs, the Wayne Wilkins produced T-Shirt is the perfect ballad for any woman who just can’t get used to being without her man.

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