Relationships end for a variety of reasons. If you narrow it down, however, there are two common culprits: money and sex. For those in search of someone who can provide both, allow the Booth to play matchmaker. Without using any rose petals or baby oil, 112 alumni-turned-solo artist Slim and triple-threat musician Ryan Leslie have cooked up some Good Lovin’ for your musical satisfaction. Gearing up to release his solo debut, Love’s Crazy, which was recently pushed back to November 18, the Atlanta native once again provides silky smooth vocals, meshing perfectly with Leslie’s danceable, head-nodding (and baby-making?) production work. So, if you’re looking for a reason to get a relationship started, find a member of the opposite sex the first time this is played at the club.
Written by DJ Z on 10/8/08
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