The reason Jazmine Sullivan‘s second single, Bust Your Windows, has been so successful (peaking at #45 on the Billboard Hot 100) is its audacious, head-turning subject matter. So many heads have turned, in fact, that several of the industry’s top artists have created their own takes on the track; Trey Songz recorded a cover in which he admits his wrongdoing and begs for forgiveness, while Skillz turned in a remix that had him seeking revenge. On the newly-released official remix, The-Dream takes control from the halfway point in the record and ends up getting the last laugh when he realized she only shattered the windows on her side of the vehicle. So, whose is the best male perspective? The debate starts in 3-2-1…
Written by Burmy on 11/16/08
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