Since my Green Bay Packers traded away Brett Favre this past August, I have closely followed his new squad, the New York Jets. While doing some casual reading, I accidentally discovered that Jets starting running back, Thomas Jones, both owns and operates his own record label, Outta Pocket Entertainment. The flagship artist on OPE is an Atlanta R&B singer named Myko, whose debut album, Options, is scheduled for release in January. Ratcheting up the anticipation is Late Night Creep, in part due to the production and vocal contributions from the late Static Major (R.I.P.). It’s obvious that Myko’s intended female audience will swoon in response to his vocal stylings, especially when he turns on the falsetto. So while his boss sheds tacklers and follows his blocks to the end zone, Myko will try to follow suit. Take a listen and let us know if he scores…
Written by Burmy on 09/16/08
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