Skylar Grey used to go by Holly Brook Hafermann back when she was writing hit song's for stars like Eminem, Rihanna, Dr. Dre and Lupe Fiasco. Now, she has changed her name and released her very own song titled 'C'mon Let Me Ride' featuring Eminem (who also executive produced her upcoming album).
Grey's new album is due in 2013 and is tittled 'Don't Look Down'. To promote the first single, her YouTube site has released two videos. One is a teaser from the making of the official 'C'Mon Let Me Ride' video , which will be released on December 11th.
The second one, is a sing-along video containing lyrics to the song as well as suggestive dancing cucumbers, bananas, and bicycles.
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