After numerous remixes surfaced on the Internet of Omarion‘s hit single, Icebox, the official release is upon us. Joined by the premiere R&B singer of the past decade, Usher dazzles us with a second verse duet that puts most R&B boys and girls to shame. In fact, the verse is so good; it outshines the song’s original artist. For a beginning and opening appeal to Hip-Hop fans, Fabolous jumps on the record, in what seems a promotional move to hype his existence on planet earth after a mercifully long vacation from the game.
Written by DJ Z on 03/14/07
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"Ice Box" (2006)
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