Since their debut, Neighborhood Rapstar, came and went with little fanfare, 2XL is looking to prove they aren’t fall-offs with the new single, Say The Way You Want It. Twin brothers Laze and Royal City alternate verses inviting a certain lady to ask them how she wants what they’ve got. 2XL’s usual racy, yet inexplicit lyricism are fittingly complemented by R&B vocals from newcomer LeMarvin (who sounds somewhat like Sterling Simms), adding extra seduction power. Say The Way You Want It should be a hit among 2XL’s young, female audience, but will it be enough to prove they’ll make it in the music world beyond their teens?
Written by Burmy on 08/10/07
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