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J. Holiday and Duo Nina Sky Got 'Bed' Remixed

August 21, 2007 (5:01 am) GMT
Still climbing on Billboard Hot 100 chart, J. Holiday's 'Bed' is presented in its remix version featuring Puerto Rican duo Nina Sky.

New R&B act , who has enjoyed moderate success through his single 'Bed', makes another step in getting acknowledgment through a collaboration with duo . Holiday took his charting single 'Bed' back in the studio and add the Puerto Rican sisters' voice to it.

The original version contains the lyrics: "Wrap me up in your legs/ Then I'ma rock your body, turn you over, love is war, I'm your soldier, touching you like it's our first time". And the addition of female voice said "Anything that you need/ You can have it from me/ Baby I'm here to please/ So put your lovin' in me", suggesting, as many may have known, interpretation of sexual intercourse instead of simply putting a girlfriend to bed.

'Bed' is the second single pulled from Holiday's debut album '' which is due October 2 via Capitol. It has so far peaked at #42 in Billboard Hot 100 chart but has hit #1 on BET's 106 & Park countdown.

Meanwhile, Nina Sky, although already released two singles from their sophomore album 'The Musical', has pushed back the release date of the album. The CD was slated to arrive July 27 but has been postponed to unknown reason. The music video for the first single 'Clothes Off' is reportedly under work and will be released soon.

Listen to j. Holiday's 'Bed (Remix)' feat. Nina Sky:



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