Cupid already took us to the club on Do You Dance and kept us there with Cupid Shuffle. Now, with The Let Out, Cupid heads out of the club and gets into his car, shows off the ride, and hopes to attract a fine young lady to take a spin (maybe even take her to his house). Frequent urban collaborator T-Pain provides excellent background vocals, and fellow Nappy Boy Tay Dizm doesn’t sound too shabby with his rap verse, either. Look for more feel-good R&B when Time For A Change drops September 11 (yup, that’s right—his release date isn’t moving).
Written by Burmy on 08/31/07
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"Do You Dance ft. Christina Milian" (2007)
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