On July 9, B.o.B will release a sequel to his No Genre mixtape. The lead effort off the project is Swing My Way, a remake of former So So Def collaborators KP & Envyi’s similarly titled Shorty Swing My Way. So, what’s different between Bobby Ray’s rendering and the prototype? Aside from some updated production (the song’s tempo is now a bit slower), not much really. Replacing Envyi’s hook vocals are that of B.o.B’s Atlantic Records labelmate, Seven Streeter.
Written by DJ Z on 07/6/14
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