- Artist: Mann
- Track: Buzzin'
- Producer: Jonathan "J.R." Rotem
- Album: Mann's World
It's easy to forget that honey, the delicious stuff that we stir into our tea and spread on our toast, is created through the tireless efforts of worker bees, who gather nectar from flowers and proceed to ingest and regurgitate it repeatedly, until it reaches the perfect consistency. That process, to my knowledge, bears no resemblance to the creation of Mann's latest potential single – in fact, I only described it to gross everyone out – but, regardless, the record's sure to leave the Booth Buzzin' louder than a whole hive. Departing from Continuing on his recent 80's synth-pop kick, J.R. Rotem serves up a percussion-driven beat with a gangster-whistle infused chorus, sampled from Nu Shooz' I Can't Wait. For his part, Mann comes with all the engagingly-flowed braggadocio that fans have come to expect, boasting of his uncanny knack for attracting money – which, in turn, makes females flock to him like bees to a particularly fresh blossom. So, readers, is this joint a worthy single selection? Whatever your feelings on the matter, be sure to keep it locked for the latest on Mann's World, which has yet to receive a solid release date.
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