When an Ordinary man spends an evening sipping mediocre liquor at a garden-variety club before taking a moderately attractive woman back to his so-so apartment, it’s a damn good night. For Trey Songz, that qualifies as a nightmare. On a freshly-minted loosie, the R&B heavyweight expresses his horror of all things run of the mill, showcasing his eminently smooth vocals over a trap-tinged beat by DJ Spinz. In between the headliner’s opening and closing verses, the equally exceptional Young Jeezy grabs the mic to spit about the far-from-average labels he and his women rock on the daily. As mentioned above, Ordinary isn’t part of a larger project. While you wait for details on Songz’s 2014 plans, why not take a(nother) listen to his last promo cut, Na Na?
Written by richard on 02/9/14
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"Pain In My Life" (2006)
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