“It’s weird that I’m staying in a sex room, you know, without sex.” [Does Kendra Wilkinson’s Father Have Parkinson’s?
Merging together power-charged synth lines, pitched-up-off-the-radar vocal loops and a hugely progressive build-up that not only explodes throughout your speakers, but is set to destroy the dancefloor too, ‘Totem’ signalls the delivery of a Summer-ready track primed for the peak time.
Causing a stir ever since it’s then-ID premiere on #HOA253, ‘Totem’ stands in line as being firmly on the radar of those that matter, overflowing with irresistible melodies whilst also packing a punch that has been racking up rewinds ever since its huge outing during Hardwell’s headlining ULTRA Miami set.
Keep your ears to the ground for ‘Totem’, dropping May 6th only on Revealed Recordings.
"Sex Room" is a song recorded by Ludacris for his seventh studio album, Battle of the Sexes.
The song features Trey Songz, who it was also written by along with Ludacris.
It was produced by Kajun and was released as the third single from the album.
The single debuted at number 98 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has since reached number 69.
The music video for "Sex Room" premiered on May 25, 2010 on MTV Jams.
, the still-married-to-Hank Baskett Kendra Wilkinson travels to London for a little work and play.