Okay, so you’re probably thinking where on earth did we dig up these two.
Truth be told I’m probably as surprised as you are, but here’s the good part I spared a wee bit of time to listen to the record and got blown away in the first few seconds.
The lyrics are conscious, the production is top drawer and of course Ashanti drove the hook and her verses home.
You know what they say “form is temporary but class is permanent”.
You’ll love it.
The writer of the song Lin-Manuel Miranda reckons “When I was writing that song, I was picturing it as Ashanti and Ja Rule,” he said. “I was like, ‘Eliza’s Ashanti. Hamilton’s Ja Rule. Two verses, two choruses. A little Ja Rule. And then they’re married.’”