As far as I’m aware, there are no recorded instances of a rapper stealing a dude’s girlfriend through the medium of online music. But, guys, if you flip on MURS and Terrace Martin‘s latest feature, and 15 minutes later your significant other rushes out the door to catch a last-minute flight to L.A., well, don’t say I didn’t warn you. It’s No Surprise, the B-side to recently-released single Fresh Kicks, finds the West Coast natives ready to get freaky with women of all shapes, sizes, races, nationalities and (legal) ages – and if they already have a man, well, they won’t for long. With Martin’s club-ready synths and syncopated percussion bumping in the background, the collaborators proposition every breed of female they can think of, pausing only to talk up their own sexual prowess and general freshness: “I’m hot to death, I’m on fire / Just too fly, just that type of guy.” If this freaky cut leaves you itching to party with the emcee-producer duo, more fresh tunes await on Terrace Martin and MURS’ Melrose LP, set to hit stores next Tuesday, February 8.
Written by richard on 02/2/11
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