Down on Me, the lead single off DJ Mustard's solo debut, found the heavyweight beatsmith combining club-ready ratchet boardwork with guest bars suited to the bedroom. Follow-up Face Down follows the same freaky, dancefloor-ready blueprint, with Lil Wayne and Big Sean rhapsodizing about their busy sex lives over the headliner's minimal, bass-booming synth production. In addition to spitting the closing verse, Boosie Badazz provides a flowed hook. For more, cop 10 Summers, available in stores and online as of August.
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