As any emcee will tell you, a guest feature can make or break an album; you can have the best names in the biz on your cut, but if you don’t come with it your song won’t catch on, and you might even get bodied on your own record. Jeremih is well aware of this, which is why he bring his A game every time. Fresh off the release of Ol’ Skool Pontiac, which boasted guest appearances from Big Sean and Paul Wall, the Def Jam crooner returns with the Game-assisted Let Loose. First up, Game showcases his raspy and muffled flow over the spacey, hypnotic beat. Jeremih’s energetic, sung-rapped style carries the record and is versatile enough for both the club and the bedroom. The fate of Let Loose has not been decided. It may or may not be placed on his forthcoming album, Thumpy Johnson, which is tentatively scheduled for release this fall.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/14/13
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"Birthday Sex" (2008)
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