Ready to take his life and his career to the next stop, Lyfe Jennings has hopped on the Midnight Train to Georgia. Following his single, Cops Up, the former convict turned crooner hands off a mature and Wyclef Jean-like (think Gone Till November) single that exemplifies his third studio album, the aptly titled Lyfe Change. Over a sweet and harmonious piano melody, Lyfe opens his arms and wholeheartedly embraces the whole world; yes, even you.. After numerous delays, the 11-track Lyfe Change is set for release on April 29. It will mark the singer’s third studio album since his 2004 entrance into the music world.
Written by DJ Z on 03/4/08
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