Since taking the pop charts by storm with Beautiful Girls, Me Love, Take You There, and There’s Nothin’, Sean Kingston has been hard at work making sure that his upcoming sophomore album, Tomorrow, is an even more enjoyable collection of hits. To whet fans’ appetites, the Jamaica native is preparing a prequel mixtape called The Free Album, presumably full of songs that won’t make the official album cut. Like Kingston’s previous hit singles, Girl I Wanna Know finds his vocals backed up by a beat from in-house producer J.R. Rotem. To testify to the movement’s expansion from the near-equator to the far north, Kardinal Offishall brings a reggae-influenced verse on which he does some wooing of his own. So ladies, are you hooked yet?
Written by Burmy on 01/18/09
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