Last seen knocking back shots of Patron on a 2009 single, Lee Carr finally makes his return to our pages—with a few notable differences. In addition to the fact that he’s parted ways with RCA and is now going by the name Leron Young, the crooner has finally managed to find that Perfect Girl. On the lead single off his forthcoming EP, the artist celebrates his newfound soulmate, rhapsodizing about her many dope qualities over a dreamy beat co-produced by the artist and Mental Instruments. For more, check out American Heartbreak when it arrives on the ‘net May 21.
Written by richard on 04/25/12
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