Backseat

Album: Too Cool to Care (2011)
Charted: 55 26

Songfacts®:

  • This ode to backseat lovin' is the second single by the Hip-Hop/Rap duo New Boyz, from their sophomore album, Too Cool to Care. The song features American Hip-Hop/Indie-Pop duo The Cataracs and singer Dev. Both guest artists previously collaborated with Far East Movement on their #1 hit, "Like a G6."
  • Too Cool to Care shows how the New Boyz duo have grown up in the music industry. Ben J told The Examiner, "This album we got more mature. We experienced things like relationships, we did a lot of sightseeing, we traveled every day so there's always something new coming to us."

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