Should Let U Go

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  • This track is a collaboration with Good Charlotte. Kingston told Artistdirect.com that he had a great time working with the punk-pop band. He said: "It's a fun record, man. It was fun working with them too! We were in the studio wrestling and throwing pillows around. We were prank-calling people. There was an amazing vibe, and those dudes are a lot of fun! I'm fun too [Laughs]. The studio was like one big playhouse with us. It was crazy."

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