The “Dancer”visual takes us on a trip, with Manny as he enjoys a night out, filled with drugs and a lot of money being thrown. Dancer is definitely a great vibe. Manny doesn’t do too much on the track as he perfectly meshes with the upbeat production.
With features from Kiana Leḋe, Jean Deaux, and Ambré – who fronts the eponymous interlude midway through the album – Conrad keeps the focus on him, which is an essential and strategic decision on another early career project.
The “Girls Night Out” album was created for all the R&B girls. The girls who have been consistent and keeping the genre alive. “Girls Night Out” introduces you to the new generation of R&B while showing that women can be united and create great bodies of work. It indicates that Babyface is still great at what he does best. After all, this is the same guy that created the “Waiting To Exhale” Soundtrack.
The multi-platinum, globally renowned musical powerhouses, Ty Dolla $ign and Mustard recruit Lil Durk for “My Friends”. The single is released via Atlantic Records/ 10 Summers. Both Mustard and Ty Dolla $ign have helped shape the music industry with undeniable classic songs. With hits like “Paranoid” and “Or Nah” Mustard and Ty Dolla $ign may have another classic on their hands with “My Friends”.