Redd Hott's early work revolved around the violent topics typical of his genre, but, following his uncle's shooting death, he decided to switch from hard-knock reggae to its feel-good cousin, dancehall. Now, he's preparing for the release of his debut album, Dreamgirl, which will introduce fans everywhere to his triple-threat versatility on the mic, with the pen, and behind the boards. On the lead single, Redd and Rami Afuni's slow-burning instrumental sets a sultry mood as the artist asks the fly-est lady on the dancefloor to (figuratively) spread her wings and Glide For Me. Let's be honest, though: the real reason this is the first single is because it's the record with the big-name guest artist, and with Bobby V in DTP-era form on his soulful hook, the hit potential is undeniable. A sultry cut sure to leave clubgoers soaring, Glide should be just the thing to heighten anticipation for Dreamgirl's December 15th release.