Change The Record

Album: The MF Life (2012)

Songfacts®:

  • The fourth single from Melanie Fiona's The MF Life album is a piano-driven mid tempo track that finds the Canadian songstress using the metaphor of records to berate her man who let her down.
  • Rapper B.o.B spits a verse in which he bemoans past failures in his own love life.
  • Carlos "Los Da Mystro" McKinney tweaked the knobs on this track. The American record producer started out as a jazz pianist, before manning the boards for such artists as J. Holiday ("Bed") and The-Dream ("Rockin' That Thang").

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