As Sean Kingston‘s current single There’s Nothin’ (featuring Elan of The DEY and Juelz Santana) continues to get major airplay nationwide, a previously unreleased song has found itself a home on the Internet. What makes That Simple different from every other Kingston solo record (and most of his collaborations) is the notable absence of mentor Jonathan J.R. Rotem on the beat. Still, the production is tender enough to evoke a softer side of hardcore Mobb Deep member Prodigy, who guests with a sixteen bar feature (obviously recorded before he reported to prison). Although this record will most likely remain anonymous, That Simple is an example of what happens when artists break the mold and collaborate for fun.
Written by Burmy on 04/30/08
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