Lay It On Me

Album: Here I Am (2011)
Charted: 69


  • Following the success of Kelly Rowland 's Lil Wayne-assisted single "Motivation," the former Destiny's Child singer switched rappers for its follow-up single. This time she gets GOOD Music rapper Big Sean ("My Last") to spit a verse.
  • The Hit-Boy produced uptempo song, finds Kelly waiting expectantly for her man - "I know when you show up, imma be satisfied/ So come, come lay me down/ One more time around/ Boy just get me all that love tonight," she sings. Sean adds to her expectancy with his verse, rapping, "The king of California kings/ You gotta call me sire/ Watch me lay it down/ And I ain't even tired."


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