After his solo album failed to the business in the charts, Gym Class Heroes rapper Travie McCoy has reunited with his hip-hop brood for their long-awaited fifth studio album. While the lion's share their previous hits utilised the soulful tones of serial chorus-hogger Patrick Stump, the group have instead called upon the services of Jagger enthusiast Adam Levine for their comeback effort 'Stereo Hearts'.
"If I was just another dusty record on the shelf/ Will you blow me off and play me like everybody else?" Travie cheekily asks over a hood-bouncing hip-hop beat, squeezing in in more dodgy metaphors about boomboxes than hits his ex-lover Katy Perry has had on them. Mixed by au courant pop swizzler Benny Blanco, the radio-ready chorus is probably the clan's least edgy offering to date, but will undoubtedly bring Trav ever-closer to his dreams of billionairdom.