After recruiting the likes of Kardinal Offishall, Pitbull, and Lil’ Jon for his 2011 single Smash The Club, singer/DJ/producer Clinton Sparks has found himself back to work once more with a familiar voice. While Sparks provides the majority of lyrical content on Watch You, the multi-faceted musician and tastemaker recruits Mr. 305 for yet another braggadocios guest verse. Produced by Sparks and New York City electro/house duo Disco Fries, the single is a dizzying mix of up-tempo production that’ll likely find itself a nice home at a number of Top-40 stations across the country. Ultimately, its Pitbull’s added verse that gives Watch You a bit of the hip-hop edge that keeps the record from being a complete EDM party tune. At this time Watch You isn’t attached to any larger project from the Get Familiar boss.
Written by Danielle H. on 08/15/12
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