Sterling Simms ft. The-Dream & Jadakiss - All I Need

Posted 8 years ago
Tricky Stewart & The-Dream
Worth Your While

Last Wednesday, DJBooth was sent a record by singer Lloyd, entitled I Need Love, which features production from Tricky Stewart and writing/feature work from The-Dream.  Hours after receiving the song, however, a second record with identical production and lyrics, entitled All I Need, popped up courtesy of Sterling Simms.  According to an inside source, Lloyd cut the record first but was unable to place it on his forthcoming Lessons In Love, because Universal Motown wouldn’t pay for it.  Swooping in the next day, the Philadelphia-native laid down vocals and was instantly offered the record as his next single.  In addition to Jada’s guest spot, a remix has been recorded with Cassidy.  Simms debut, Worth Your While, will hopefully be worth the wait when it tentatively drops later this year.

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