702 – Star was one of 702’s most lit pop singles of 2003. The ladies of 702 sung out their hearts and killed it with their singing. Pharell Williams of The Neptunes produced the Star single with his futuristic polished electronic production. Breakdown of the beats are smooth and epic. Pharell was killing it with those signature thick beats of his. He was in his prime. Each song is worth playing and not skipping.
Star was the moderate hit 702 back in 2003. Pharell Williams of The Neptunes produced Star with his futuristic polished electronic production. Breakdown of the beats are smooth and epic. Honestly this song should have been a smash hit! It’s that good! Sadly this song remains very much overlooked to this day.
Star charted at #49 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks Chart. In 2003, Star reached #3 on the charts for US R&B. Star also got nominated for a Soul Train Lady Of Soul Award for Best R&B/Soul Single – Group, Band or Duo.
I Still Love You is a love song which explains how everyone needs love and affection. Everybody needs someone by their side. Love is so simple. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure that out. This should be known by the common person. Everybody needs a person for them to love and need. That is what this whole love song is all about.
I Still Love You was another 702 song which was produced by Pharell Williams of The Neptunes. Pharell was killing it with those signature thick beats of his. He was in his prime. The song I Still Love You was featured on the Malibu’s Most Wanted soundtrack. The song I Still Love You samples DeBarge – I Like It.
702 warned ladies about the trouble a man can cause with the song Trouble. Trouble is that joint you’ll keep coming back to due to its rhythmic Latin acoustic guitar which gives off a vibe of peril and uncertainty. That rhythmic Latin acoustic guitar is what makes the song catchy and attracts people to keep on coming back to listen to this song. The song Trouble has a Latin music feel to it due to usage a single acoustic guitar. A single acoustic guitar resonates with the reverb echo. The beat is smooth. Trouble contains excerpts from Kool & The Gang – Jungle Boogie.
702 warned ladies about the trouble a man can cause with these lyrics in Verse 2. “You don’t know if he finds just what he’ll do/So I’m telling you that there’s a lot to lose/If he knew what we did, he’d act a fool/So let’s be smart about this, baby”
You don’t know if he finds just what he’ll do
So I’m telling you that there’s a lot to lose
If he knew what we did, he’d act a fool
So let’s be smart about this, baby
I rate this single 5/5*****!!