With summer just around the corner, kids everywhere are undoubtedly looking forward to busting out the Slip-N-Slide for some fun in the sun. Those kids, incidentally, shouldn’t be listening to Jon Hart‘s new single of (almost) the same title, which centers around a less innocent form of recreation. On Slip and Slide, the unsigned crooner’s first feature since February’s Alone, Raw Smoov‘s pop-appealing synth grooves back Hart as he promises to get a female companion “drippin’ like rain.” RCA Records recording artist Kid Ink lends his melodic flows to the middle verse. Details have yet to be announced on the project to which this cut will be attached but, rest assured, we’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, why not click here to check out Kid Ink’s just-released “Behind the Booth” interview with our own Jacques Morel?
Written by richard on 05/6/13
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