Solange ft. Snoop Dogg - I Decided (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Eric Hudson
Album:
SoL-Angel and the Hadley Street Dreams

Despite the low sales figures from her sophomore album, Sol-AngeL and the Hadley Street Dreams, and the release of her big sister’s new solo album on November 18, Solange Knowles refuses to be forgotten.  So, how will she manage to keep her name in the public consciousness?  By releasing an official remix to her first (and likely only) single, I Decided.  Though the song’s original lyrics remain intact, The Neptunes’ soulful beat is replaced with a slightly more syncopated version by Eric Hudson.  An even bigger highlight, however, is a guest spot by industry heavyweight and pop-culture icon Snoop Dogg, whose easygoing style and twenty-four bars of charm (split between the beginning and end) should give this updated record spins everywhere the original was played… and then some.  Sol-AngeL and the Hadley Street Dreams is in stores now.

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