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Spree Wilson Takes Us Back To Freaknik With The 90’s-Inspired “Right One|Wrong Time” (Listen)Posted by Danielle Harling on 10/01/12 | Filed under Spree Wilson
It's not often that you hear a record that brings back memories of Atlanta's mid-90's, Freaknik-friendly music scene, but Atlanta spitter Spree Wilson and The Flush's Jeron Ward boldly attempt to bring back this vintage sound on Wilson's newest cut, "Right Girl|Wrong Time."
Likes its mid-90's predecessors, "Right Girl|Wrong Time" starts off pretty mellow and then before you know it the vintage, rapid-fire bass kicks in and you damn near expect Kilo Ali to jump on the record with his signature vocals. While a Kilo Ali cameo is of course absent from the record, Spree Wilson does a commendable job as he details a night in the club before transitioning into his crooner side for the song's bouncy hook. And by all means feel free to "Bankhead Bounce", "Tootsie Roll" or "Butterfly" your way through this one.
"Right Girl|Wrong Time" can be found on Wilson's "Life In Technicolor" project, when it's released on October 25.
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