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To quote a popular misquotation of the English playwright William Cosgrove, hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. Big Sean echoes that sentiment on new single Beware, speaking from experience on the consequences of doing dirt behind your girl’s back. Joining Sean over Key Wane and Mike Dean‘s addictive keyboard grooves, Lil Wayne chronicles his efforts to overcome his own main squeeze’s (allegedly unjustified) jealousy in a wordplay-laced closing 16. Jhené Aiko rounds out the lineup, stepping into the spotlight on the bridge as well as accompanying the headliner on the record’s chorus. Fans will be able to find this cut, along with past singles Guap and Switch Up, on the highly-anticipated Hall of Fame, set to hit record stores and online retailers September 27.
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Written by richard on 08/16/13
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