Xplicit ft. Pleasure P - I Want You

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Xplicit , Club
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Midus
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TBA

The title “young prodigy” has been thrown around numerous times, but Miami-native Xplicit might be the most deserving of the designation.  Before the age of 17 he released six mixtapes and after a performance at the Calle Ocho block party in March of ‘07, he received a standing ovation from tens of thousands of fans in attendance.  Now 19, X is ready to hit up the radio waves with the slow jam, I Want You.  The song features former Pretty Ricky front man, Pleasure P, but the collaboration is a gift and a curse.  While X gets his moneys worth from the hook, it likely will draw listeners away from the solid verses on either side.  So is Xplicit a “young prodigy”?  Sure, but he wants to be so much more.

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