Freakin’, a single released this past spring but never featured in the Booth, saw Cali singer/songwriter Lyrica Anderson engaging in a little flirtatious back-and-forth with Pittsburgh rap heavyweight Wiz Khalifa. On the official remix, their tête-à-tête turns into a ménage à trois. 300 Entertainment crooner Eric Bellinger jumps on beatsmith Arturo Ayers‘s languid synth instrumental to deliver a suave second verse, as well as contributing some Auto-Tuned backing vocals to the chorus. Like what you’re hearing? You can find the original version of Freakin’ and much more on the EMPIRE signee’s King Me 2 EP, out now on iTunes.
Written by richard on 08/14/14
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