When news broke that Bow Wow and Omarion were creating the collaborative album, Face Off, young girls everywhere began to swoon. After the buzz tracks Designated Driver and Hood Star, and the official first single Girlfriend hit the Web, females continued to gawk uncontrollably at their heartthrobs. On the second single, Hey Baby (Jump Off), Bow & ‘O’ hope to catch a few of these ladies at the club and possibly take one of them home. To assist, Def Jam co-founder & Columbia exec Rick Rubin provides a house beat that should help their game-spitting get onto the radio. Watch out for the peak of all female infatuation on December 11th, when copies of Face Off will be available in stores and online.
Written by Burmy on 11/18/07
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