The original version of the track featured Drizzy, but Tank keeps the party going with two of R&B’s top dogs for the official remix. It don’t get any better than this ladies. ybf
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Fresh off Breezy’s 22nd birthday
[vodpod id=Video.7638347&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Breezy busts some of his dance moves in the new video for his latest single. The gold album F.A.M.E. in stores now.
The Bieb already gave his take live, but during his show at Acer Arena in Sydney, Shawty Mane brought out Breezy as the dynamic duo recited the remix together. Sorry, no Busta or Weezy. ru
A preview of the track hit the ‘net earlier, but here’s the full version of Akon and Breezy’s collabo. Too early to tell if this is, Stadium status, but we’ll find out this September. Sidebar: F.A.M.E. Strikes Gold
Breezy previewed this track awhile back, but today we get the full CDQ, which more than likely is a leftover from F.A.M.E. Produced by Kevin McCall. dpr
Pardon the heavy bass, but while performing in Tel Aviv, Israel, the Bieb went into his Shawty Mane mode again, this time rapping along to Breezy and Busta’s verses on “Look At Me Now”. ru