With the departures of Bobby Valentino (which DJBooth exclusively broke) and Steph Jones, Disturbing tha Peace was lacking in the male R&B singer department. That is, until Atlanta’s Jarvis arrived; on the heels of his introductory single Pretty Girl with boss Ludacris, the young singer figures now is the right time to drop another potential single from his debut, tentatively titled Dream Girls. With his unique brand of swagger-filled music, fellow ATLien and Swagg Team coach Yung Joc provides sampled vocals and a brand-new guest verse on Everybody Luv Me. Not to give Jarvis short shrift; he brilliantly penned and produced the entire record. Impressed by his ability to take charge of his music? Look for Dream Girls early next year.
Written by Burmy on 09/21/08
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