If you spend time at a bar trying to spit game to a honey, most would assume the object is to get that girl home at the end of the night. Unfortunately, as R&B crooner London (from Atlanta, in case you were wondering) will tell you, One 2 Many drinks might make you pick up the wrong honey. Feeling excessively cheated, London knocks his habit and vows to give it up. Twista (who likes to ask ladies to Give It Up) shares a similar experience on his guest verse, but a beat from producer Duval is what will get this single one 2 many spins at the club. While you might want to avoid that one last call-for-alcohol, London’s upcoming debut, Man of My Word, is something you won’t want to miss.
Written by Burmy on 01/27/08
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