Kid Ink sure is friendly. His last seven Booth appearances have either come with a guest attached or featured him on the guest assist. Sevyn Streeter‘s nEXt (Remix) falls into the latter category. Though Ink helps out, it is Streeter who takes center stage. Atop a synth-splashed R&B backdrop, the Atlantic Records singer showcases her unique, engaging vocal approach. Ink takes a more relaxed approach on the verses and the result is a smooth, funky song that is subtly catchy. The Ink-less original can be found on Streeter’s 2013 EP, Call Me Crazy, But…, available for digital purchase at iTunes.
Written by Lucas G. on 03/12/14
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