Enjoying the success of his platinum album The Evolution of Robin Thicke, Robin Thicke releases his fourth and final single from the album, Cocaine (Remix) featuring Shady/Aftermath artist Stat Quo. The smooth, bluesy-guitar riff fitly accompanies Thicke’s soft jazz vocals once again (see Lost Without You.) In this sense, “cocaine” is used as a metaphor for whatever spices up life, “the club just ain’t the same without the cocaine.” Stat Quo’s rap verse seems to fit real well, as his whimsical wordplay has that spice. This song might not get as much airplay as Lost Without You, but it will most likely be a favorite in all the spots where smooth jazz music is played (probably minus the rap feature.)
Written by Burmy on 07/12/07
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"Lost Without You (Remix) ft. Busta Rhymes" (2007)
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