Although The Last Train to Paris may have left the station, or arrived at the station, or whatever the right analogy is back in December, Diddy and his Dirty Money crew (a.k.a. Diddy Money) are still turning out new singles like IHOP turns out pancakes. Hot off the stove is Your Love, a head-nodding, electro-driven record that just went to radio this week. On the production Polow da Don serves up yet another catchy beat that bounces with bottle poppin energy, energy that Trey Songz uses to fuel his R-rated guest verse. Jumping in on the vocals are Dirty Money members Dawn and Kalenna, who dish out some equally adult-only lyrics, and of course da boss Diddy, whose rhymes are…well…you know. My advice? Don’t take Your Love too seriously. No one’s claiming this is the second coming of All Black Everything, just a radio friendly cut that might have the easy appeal to give Last Train to Paris a second wind. Of course, whether it does or not depends on you, so have at it people….
Written by Nathan S. on 03/2/11
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