Unbelievably beautiful women have it rough—okay, not really, but when you’ve been approached by every fella in town, it’s easy to become a little jaded. On newly-released single Blow Your Mind, Ali Vegas walks up to a lady who thinks she’s heard it all and informs her that, given a chance, he’ll change her life. Sure enough, he offers a level of service few men would be able to match: if she wants to watch the Yankees play the Mets, he’ll pull some strings and have a game set up in no time, and if her neck’s a little sore, he’ll have an Aspirin flown in on a private jet (wait a second… wouldn’t that be slower than sending someone to the nearest drugstore?). Backed by All Star‘s bouncy R&B boardwork, this record has plenty of pop appeal, but it’s Kiss Me Thru The Phone singer Sammie‘s infectious hook vocals that push BYM into potential-hit territory. Whether you prefer this cut’s fluffy, roller-rink feel or the grittier vibe of previous features If I and It’s So Hard, you’re sure to find more to your liking on Generation Gap 2: The Prequel, due out on the 26th.
Written by richard on 05/20/09
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