June 24 came and went and Sean Garrett’s debut album, Turbo 919, was nowhere to be found on U.S. store shelves. Although the project was released in Japan last month, Garrett’s label, Interscope, decided to slow things down and will wait for a second single to bubble before releasing the project domestically. Hoping to put the album back on track, Garrett has chosen the follow-up, Come On In, which is an open invitation to any woman who is not getting enough lovin’ from her man, with Akon providing a refreshing third verse. Turbo 919 currently has no release date, but if Come On In is any indication, the album might be available before summer’s end.
Note: The streaming of “Come On In” has temporarily been suspended.
Written by Burmy on 06/25/08
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