There are many ways to get someone’s digits, but few are more effective than the confident and direct approach. On his latest single and first Booth feature, Nigerian-born, NYC-based singer Ayo-Jay shows us how it’s done, boldly asking a woman he’s had his eye on, “Can I get Your Number, girl?” His success is debatable (Judging by the unusual format of the number, 0102-656-547853, she either lives overseas or is a very bad liar.), but no matter; if he keeps releasing material as catchy as this Melvitto-produced jam, it won’t be long before women are lining up to get his contact info. If you’re feeling it, keep it locked for further singles leading up to the December release of Ayo-Jay’s next LP, which is currently untitled.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Ayo-Jay’s Daniel Long-directed Young Number visual.
Written by richard on 10/11/13
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