You can call the cops, you can offer to pay, you can even threaten me with violence, but when it comes to the latest offering from Jacquees, I Won’t Turn It Down. Can you blame me? Drumma Boy’s beat alone—featuring smooth guitar riffs and a clean percussion rhythm—is worthy of turning the volume to 11. Add Jacquees’ sultry, smoother-than-silk vocals, which show his mastery of the R&B style, and not only will you not want to turn it down, but you won’t feel like listening to another song for a while. Oh yeah, did I mention that Chris Brown, who has deemed Jacquees the new “Prince of R&B/Pop,” tops the record off with a few rapped bars? Jacquees is currently hard at work on his next album, 19. Keep it locked for further details on the set, which as yet lacks a solid drop date.
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