With his last feature, Virgin Islands bred-singer/emcee/sex guru Verse showed us one possible way to lead into a lovemaking session, but what about those (many) situations in which an Intoxicated Text simply wouldn’t be appropriate? Like, when you’re chilling with someone new in the wee hours of the morning, wondering if tonight will be the night you finally go all the way? Well, as Verse demonstrates on Show Me What You Got (the fifth Booth-exclusive world premiere off his forthcoming Sex Tape Chronicles mixtape), that’s when a little flattery and sweet talk can come in handy. Over The Synths’ glittering slow-jam boardwork, Verse teaches all us not-so-smooth guys a thing or two about getting a lady in the mood, switching between rapped and sung vocals as he plies his special someone with heartfelt compliments and not-too-raunchy come-ons. It’s a little subtler than the artist’s usual, but no less steamy; for more lessons on seduction from a bedroom pro, pick up a copy of Verse’s new mixtape when it hits the ‘net late this month.
Written by richard on 07/13/09
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