Twice featured inside our Booth, London is back for a third spin. On his first rotation, One 2 Many, he described the effects of drinking excessively and picking up women at the club. On rotation number two, Sometimes, the R&B upstart explained the wishy-washy nature of a past relationship. On his newest single, Juice Box, London encourages his many female followers to divulge their favorite drinks so that he can drink them up. As far as sexual innuendos go, there isn’t much more that needs to be explained. Co-produced by London and Ralph B., Juice Box is the third song to be released off of the singer’s forthcoming debut, Man of My Word, set for release next March, and should help plenty of gentlemen avoid drawing the shortest straw.
Written by DJ Z on 10/27/08
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