T-Pain ft. Ace Hood & Busta Rhymes - Come and Get It

Posted 3 years ago
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Pop
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None (Promo Single)

Stop the presses: I think T-Pain might be falling for a pole-dancer… for the seven millionth time. Though new promo single Come and Get It suffers from a premise as old as stripper-love itself, that hasn’t stopped the Nappy Boy head honcho from writing another diabolically catchy song on the subject. Over a lush electronic instrumental by Pop, the headliner regales the hard-working female in question with his trademark Autotuned harmonies. Busta Rhymes and Ace Hood double up on the back, delivering their lovestruck guest verses in quick succession. Like what you’re hearing? There’s been no word on a forthcoming project from T-Pain but, rest assured, we in the Booth will keep you supplied with the latest.

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