Twista ft. Luther Vandross - For One Night

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Twista , Club
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Despite receiving positive reviews on his latest studio album, Adrenaline Rush 2007, rapper Twista has had to scratch his head in amazement at the major decline of his personal record sales.  Taking into consideration a genre-wide slump (see 50 Cent), the Chicago-born MC is back at it with a brand new song to ring in 2008.  Using the late Luther VandrossIf Only For One Night (also the inspiration for Omarion and Bow Wow’s Let Me Hold You), Twista compares his love for the microphone to that of a women.  Lyrically it doesn’t get much better, but the only way to really know that is by listening to For One Night at least five times.  Despite rumors that he was dropped by Atlantic Records, Twista is still signed to the label and expects to hop back in the studio shortly.

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