The track, set to be featured in B.o.B's new mixtape 'No Genre Pt. 2', is a remake of KP and Envyi's 1998 jam 'Shorty Swing My Way'.
B.o.B has reteamed with Sevyn Streeter for a new collaboration called "Swing My Way". Arriving on Sunday, July 6, the slow-tempo R&B/hip-hop track is a remake of KP & Envyi's 1998 jam, "Shorty Swing My Way".
Bobby Ray and his collaborator add some new lines and keep some of the original track's lyrics and melodies for familiarity. "They say it's better to give/ Than it is to receive it/ That's why I give her all I got/ My bad for overachieving/ Get your ass out them secrets from Victoria's Secret/ Back and forth with those lips/ Now that's a verbal agreement," he raps.
"Swing My Way" is set to appear in the rapper's upcoming mixtape "No Genre, Pt. 2". Scheduled to arrive on July 9, the record will also feature his collaboration with Mila J.
This is the second duet between B.o.B and Streeter fans have heard over the last few months. Back in May, the duo jumped on the remix version of "John Doe", an "Underground Luxury" cut that originally features guest vocals from Priscilla Renea.