June 27, 2007 10:00:19 GMT
Eve will release the second single pulled out of her highly anticipated album "Here I Am".
While fans are still jiggling to her "Tambourines", rapper Eve adds a new released single from the album "Here I Am". The second single she chose from the new record is "Give It to You" featuring Sean Paul.
"That's my favorite song on the album," she said in an interview. "It's definitely upbeat like 'Tambourine.' It's reggae, the beat is Spanish, it's a nice collaboration of sound. Another summer joint. It's a club song. Working with Sean, I've known him for years, but for some reason we never got to do a song together. It looked like we weren't going to get to do this song either 'cause he's so busy, but we talk on the phone and e-mail."
A video for this song has been shot last week and will air soon. Rumor has it that her duet with Robin Thicke called "Fantasy" will be the third single pulled out of the album.
"Here I Am" will arrive in stores August 7 via Geffen. Swizz Beatz has been tapped as the main producer of this album after Dr. Dre failed to meet up with the schedule.