Play-N-Skillz readies new single with Pitbull and Wynter Gordon

How is this for an exciting collaboration? I mean, it’s not anything of panty soiling proportions like Christina Aguilera, Pink, Lil Kim and Mya‘s legendary gathering but you’ll thank me later when this track blows up.

Play-N-Skillz – a double threat hip hop duo and songwriting/production team from Texas – is coming to the forefront of this dance/urban synergy we’re all crazy about right now. The pair co-wrote the recent David Guetta single ‘Where Them Girls At?’ (featuring Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj) and now they’re prepping their own smash with the assistance of Pitbull and Wynter Gordon.

Y’all know I stan for Wynter and with two major floor fillers under her belt (‘Dirty Talk’ and ‘Til Death’), she is positively hot property and any exciting collaboration she can get on to gain further exposure is only gonna bring good news. See her pictured above in the studio with the boys?

Play-N-Skillz has worked with the likes of Nelly, Lil Wayne and Akon in the past and they’ve even picked up two Grammys along the way: one for producing Chamillionaire and Krayzie Bone‘s ‘Ridin’ and another for Lil Wayne‘s Tha Carter III album, which included a single they produced – ‘Got Money’.

Check out Play-N-Skillz‘s most recent video and single ‘Survivor’. Inspiring!

 

Footnotes:

Play-N-Skillz premiered their forthcoming and, as far as I’m aware, still untitled single with Pitbull and Wynter at gig last week. We can expect for the track to be released in the coming weeks.

Check on their official Tumblr for more updates.

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