While every relationship has its ups and downs, the roller-coaster ride sometimes leaves one party (or both) in need of a break. Speaking from experience, R&B singer London finds that Sometimes he’s on perfect terms with his woman, but during other moments their relationship is quite rocky. To help get back on an even keel, London and producer T-Town follow up the singer’s debut single, One 2 Many, with a sonic concoction that mirrors the successful sound of early Stargate, specifically their work with fellow singer Ne-Yo. London’s debut album, Man of My Word, is scheduled to drop next February, courtesy of Universal Motown.
Written by Burmy on 08/28/08
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