SLV (Joe Budden x Emanny) - F**k That Condom

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
K. Don and Parks
Album:
None (Promo Single)

SLV is not the newest R&B girl group sensation, but the collaboration of New York natives Joe Budden and Emanny.  Already together on a couple of tracks, the duo has released their second record as an official duo, F**k That Condom. The track (which coincidentally has the same name as the theme of my prom) starts off with Budden giving his Ron Jowarski play-by-play analysis on the latest situation with a young lady of his. Filled with riding drums and a weird pitch bend effect, K. Don and Parks give a nice instrumental that meets somewhere in between a Hip-Hop and R&B groove.  The center of the song revolves around that moment when it feels you want to say forget a condom and let me get your ODB on. However, smooth vocals from Emanny caution listeners to make sure if you go that route, you better be prepared to be with this girl forever. While the track is not on any album (yet), it definitely is album-worthy.

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