After releasing their self-titled debut album in 2002, R&B quartet Deepside signed with Jive Records and released their major label debut single, Let’s Make Love. Featuring Chicago hit maker R. Kelly, the song became a small hit at radio and in the clubs during the summer of 2006. Unfortunately, since Jive is notorious for delaying albums long past their original release date, Deepside’s sophomore effort DS2 has never gotten off the ground. As the group desperately tries to reclaim their buzz, a remixed version of the South Florida-natives Let’s Make Love has surfaced. While the vocals remain the same and no guest artists were added, a completely different beat has been mixed in. Although this new version might revive the club appeal for Let’s Make Love‘s, what Deepside really wants is for their album to be in stores.
Written by Burmy on 12/20/07
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