Despite Jay-Z’s claim that “30 is the new 20,” Lyfe Jennings respectfully disagrees. To hear his argument, as to why age is not just a number, may we suggest listening to Lyfe’s new single, Never Never Land. The title suggests that men who think they can remain a “playa” as they grow older are living in a fairytale. As a follow-up to the smooth and sexy single, Cop’s Up, Lyfe is banking on a successful string of mid-tempo jams to catapult him back up to the top of the charts. Check out Lyfe’s brand new album, Change, when it is released this February to see if his strategy is successful.
Written by DJ Z on 01/3/08
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