I may not live in a magic lamp (though I sometimes feel like I do, given the size of New York apartments), but I do have the power to grant you whatever your heart desires. Just make sure you have a microphone enabled, and speak your wish clearly into your computer/iPad/mobile phone. What’s that—you want to hear some new music from Lyfe Jennings? You got it. The follow-up to May’s Boomerang, the Mass Appeal signee’s latest single finds him lashing out at a woman who broke his heart. Over beatsmith B.A.M.‘s deceptively tender keyboard chords, he croons, “Homegirl, I Wish nothing but bad luck / I hope you get hit by a truck and die.” For this caustic ballad and much more, check out Lyfe’s Lucid LP when it hits record stores and online retailers October 8.
Written by richard on 09/9/13
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