Jus Bleezy Ent. rap artist T-Man reaches out to the ladies with his second single “Touch Me,” the follow-up to his successful “Grown Man” record from his upcoming untitled project. The song which describes a woman who has a man, but is constantly remembering her other man’s touch is sure to strike a chord with female listeners.
“We’re coming heavy, we’re coming full force!” T-Man says emphatically about his newest piece of work. The slowed-down-just-for-the-ladies beat was produced by Seneca Cayson, who also co-produced the Yo Gotti smash “Women Lie, Men Lie” featuring Lil’ Wayne. Seneca has laid down several tracks for Jus Bleezy Ent. artists.
“Touch Me” is taken to another level at the chorus which is filled with the soulful R&B sounds of Aloha Mi’Sho who works her magic and sweetens the track with her catchy lyrics. You may recognize this St. Louis singer from season four of “American Idol” where she came in as a finalist singing her renditions of Beyonce’s “Work It Out” and Alicia Keys’ “You Don’t Know My Name.”
The video for “Touch Me,” was shot in a day and directed by Dana Christian and is up on YouTube (www.youtube.com/thetmanstl) where it’s already creating a buzz. T-Man can be found on Twitter @thetmanstl , and for more information on T-Man, log on to www.jusbleezyent.com.