Actor-singer Tyrese is usually the sensitive slow-jam type, but the Watts native shifts his focus from love to partying on his brand new single, Too Easy. The track outlines the lavish lifestyle and includes all the elements to make this a summer club jam: bottle-popping, an entourage of woman, and money to blow. Speaking of club hits, Ludacris is featured, lending his usual rapid witticisms about being with multiple chicks at a time and displaying some serious “swag.” Producer Brandon Alexander uses heavy bass and electronic beats to drive this dance track, which is sure to move party-goers, and may just move fans to purchasing his upcoming album, Open Invitation, when it’s released on November 1.
Written by Sandra Manzanares on 08/9/11
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