This glorious thing called the Internet has spoiled us. We now expect new music at the drop of a hat, even though the creative process takes time. After hearing Eric Bellinger’s last Booth feature, you probably wanted a remix ASAP. A month removed from the song’s original feature (which isn’t that much time in the real world), the singer has released a remix of the Born II Sing Vol. III single. While production from $K and Jerren Jkits Spruill is largely untouched, the song has a different vibe thanks to guests King Chip. The two emcees each add a verse, showcasing similarly laid-back and slurred flows that give ASAP a hazy, late-night vibe. If silky-smooth R&B cuts are your thing, you’ll undoubtedly find more to your liking on Born II Sing Vol. III, out now online.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/20/13
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