Trevor Jackson ft. Kirko Bangz - Me Likey

Posted 2 years ago
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Stereotypes
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None (Promo Singl)

Back in July of 2013, we heard Atlantic Records recording artist Trevor Jackson encourage a Cali chick to Drop It where she stood, so he could better admire her assets. Nearly a year to the day later, we find him in a similar situation, murmuring “Me Likey” as he feasts his eyes on a female clubgoer’s body. But this time, he’s not gonna stop at looking. Over the Stereotypes’ sinuous club beat, he fantasizes about what he’ll do when he gets the girl in question alone. “H-Town playerKirko Bangz contributes a freaky guest 16 on the back. This cut isn’t attached to a larger set, but fans can hear more on Jackson’s #NewThang EP, out now on iTunes.

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