With the Urban-AC success of Jagged Edge‘s Put A Lil Umph In It, the quartet decided to seek a remix treatment. While most remixes maintain the same beat with new lyrics added, this go-round is the other way around: same lyrics but with a dance club beat. Jermaine Dupri (who also produced the original) shows his versatility on the production tip, managing to prevent the new beat from sounding completely out-of place with the original lyrics. It can be said that both the original and its remix are microcosms of the group’s new album Baby Makin Project, set to drop on September 25th.
Written by Burmy on 09/13/07
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