When last we featured Courtney Harris, she had just signed to Koch and was ready to go public with her Grown & Sexy style. The record, however, picked up mainly negative reviews from Booth readers, most of whom complained that it sounded “outdated”. Courtney must have been paying close attention, because the Jacksonville native’s latest release is a potential new single with a decidedly modern flavor. Though entranced by a man she sees, Courtney’s standards kick in; not wanting to Rush into trouble, she lets him know that she’s not going to be his one-night stand. Gerald “Strata G” Sheffield & CC Lemonhead once again handle production duties, but this time they bring out the synths and keyboards to attract the fanbase they might have turned off with Grown & Sexy. So, has Courtney’s plan worked? If you think so, stay tuned for the summer release of her debut album, Motivation.
Written by Burmy on 01/20/09
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"Grown and Sexy ft. Keith Murray" (2008)
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