Set to drop Sept. 22, the soundtrack to Lebron James documentary More Than A Game (out Oct. 2) will find Geffen/Interscope Records showcasing their urban music lineup. With the follow-up to the project’s lead single, Mary J. Blige‘s Stronger, the ‘Scope introduce listeners to the newest member of Polow Da Don‘s Zone 4 Inc roster, singer/songwriter Ester Dean. As Dean explains just how much the fellas at the spot like to watch her Drop It Low, Polow delivers a dancefloor-scorching synth instrumental. This track’s hands-down highlight, however, is the re-introduction of Chris Brown, who gives the male perspective on the headliner’s smooth moves (Do I even need to explain why he’s abandoned his former clean-cut swag?). Drop It Low may have a love-it-or-hate-it sound, but the Booth’s resident club-heads are sure to appreciate what this up-and-coming talent brings to the table.
Written by Burmy on 08/20/09
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