With such a smooth title you have to admit that Future’s Turn On The Lights was destined to be remixed by a R&B star and Atlanta crooner Lloyd has done just that with the Mike Will-produced track. The bouncy, Future-istic (pun obviously intended) production on Turn On The Lights fits perfectly with Lloyd’s velvety vocals. It is a bit surprising that Lloyd didn’t leave any of Future’s auto-tuned vocals on the song, as the pairing of the two artists could have made for a uniquely dope combination. While Lloyd’s Turn On The Lights (Remix) isn’t attached to any particular project, Future’s Turn On The Lights can be found on his debut album Pluto, which is available in stores and on iTunes.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/24/12
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