Though Trazz has yet to reach household name status, he’s shown a knack for recruiting industry heavyweights on his singles thus far (Wayne Wonder chipped in on Gonna Love U and Pitbull assisted on Watch for the Haterz). Ready to serve up his newest promo single, the Upstate New York native has enlisted Best of the Booth (and Grammy) nominee Colby O’Donis’ help in creating a surefire club hit. Over DJ Noodles’ dancefloor-ready beat, Trazz spits some heavy game to a lady who’s so hot, She’s On Fire, knowing that if he can get her on the dancefloor, he’ll have her for the night. To recap: female appeal (check), big-name guest feature (check), club-ready beat (check) – Trazz has a certified hit on his hands; all he needs now is major distribution!
Written by Burmy on 02/9/09
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