TiRon & Ayomari ft. Jeremih - Her Theme Song

Posted 2 years ago
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Producer:
D.K The Punisher
Album:
A Sucker For Pumps

When the first few notes of a popular song play, girls (and guys for that matter) will often declare it their song (or “jam”). For one lucky lady, though, the latest release from TiRon & Ayomari is actually Her Theme Song. What makes a girl worthy of such a dedication? Well, according to West Coast emcees, she must be “stunting like she famous” and may or may not be an angle; at least that is how they explain things with their similarly laid-back yet charismatic flows. Adding that extra bit of swoon on top of the catchy, clapping D.K The Punisher beat is Def Jam crooner Jeremih (replacing original guest BJ The Chicago Kid), who lays down some smooth supporting vocals to send that lovey-dovey vibe over the edge. This effort (originally recorded in 2011) will be found on the limited edition of the pair’s A Sucker For Pumps album, due out April 4.

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