Faith Evans Drops ‘Take Me There’ from ‘The King & I’ Album with Sheek Louch and Styles P [LISTEN]
Faith Evans just dropped the news song"Take Me There," another single from her Notorious B.I.G. duets album The King & I. The Just Blaze produced-cut also features Sheek Louch and Styles P from The Lox.
In the official lyric video, you can see the singer and Big — who were the Jay Z and Beyoncé of their time — joke around in old black and white footage. Plus, you'll see the legendary rapper spend time in the studio, hang with his Junior Mafia click and make funny faces for the camera. If nothing else, the video shows how much natural charisma the Brooklyn MC had. Each rapper's words appear on the screen, and both Sheek and Styles shine on their parts.
"Platinum choker, heavy smoker, the gun toter / Barack Obama supporter, recently Hillary voter / Smoking loud, way up in the clouds, disappearing in my thoughts / Disappearing from courts," rhymes Sheek.
Then Ghost goes in.
"Dreamt of Ferraris and Ferragamos / Raised on the streets and married the marijuana / Told the joint terminate my thoughts like Sarah Conner, but I couldn't / But I smoked with Big a badge of honor," he rapped.
Before those two solid verses, Biggie opens up the song, and Faith delivers her beautiful vocals in between. You can check out the new tune below and purchase The King & I album on May 19.
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