The British R&B invasion on DJBooth continues as 17-year old singing sensation Nathan looks to expand his fan base stateside. Putting his best foot forward, he brushes off all the haters on his woman, stating that no matter how much success he achieves, he couldn’t Do Without Your Love. Producers Wayne Lawes and Rickardo Reid provide pearly keyboard production, which combines with Nathan’s vocals for a sound eerily similar to the combination of producer Stargate and Ne-Yo on So Sick. While Do Without Your Love was originally included on Nathan’s ’06 release, Masterpiece: The Album, the song serves as a bridge as he finishes his second album here in the states.
Written by Burmy on 02/27/08
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