If you think Solange Knowles had a problem stepping out from behind her older sister’s enormous shadow, imagine being the younger brother of the music industry’s biggest producer, Timbaland. On Take It Off, a brand new record off Sebastian‘s upcoming release, the primary focus, as would be expected, is the production and chorus from big brother Timbo. Will the crutch of top-notch production hinder this emerging emcee? You can find out yourself later this year, when Cruel Intentions (a mixtape/DVD combo) is released off Mosley Music Group/Interscope.
Written by Burmy on 06/23/08
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