There’s nothing like a potential romance to make you switch up your priorities – at least temporarily. Though the
Rebelution brass have yet to heed the U.S. Virgin Islands-bred brothers’ call and P(ut) the F-ing A(lbum) O(ut), new buzz record All I Want finds Da Spokesman and Don’t Talk Much of Rock City concerned with nothing besides their quest to win the heart of a special lady. Over Don Corleon‘s pop-appealing reggae boardwork, the freestyle series alumni serenade the object of their affections with one smooth line after another: “Is it cool if I call you my empress? ‘Cause girl you’re more than any man can ever want…” The end result is a record that should prove irresistible to female listeners, and leave fellas humming along to boot. It has yet to be revealed whether this buzz track will be included on any forthcoming project, but Rock City devotees can, of course, keep it locked to you-know-where for all the latest news and tunes.
Written by richard on 07/21/10
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