Ninety-nine times out of a hundred, something Luxurious is also gonna put a sizable dent in your bankroll. Ne-Yo‘s latest feature is that rare exception: despite its undeniably opulent vibe, listening won’t cost you a dime. On this sumptuous cut, released as a promo single following its unplanned leak on Tuesday, the Motown crooner promises to turn a lucky girl’s high-rolling fantasies into reality—if she proves herself worthy between the sheets. Over Jesse Wilson‘s slow-rolling percussion and synth-string stabs, the singer lets her know exactly what she’s gotta do to earn his sponsorship: “Sweet in the streets, freak in the sheets / Do this for me, I’m hollerin’, ‘What you need?’” Epic Records hitmaker Future handles the final verse, as well as providing backing vocals throughout the cut. This joint isn’t attached to a larger project, but we’ll keep you posted on Ne-Yo’s plans as further details emerge.
Written by richard on 10/23/13
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