Crediting Trigga Trey for making a good song and Jeni Suk for the more R&B-influenced production change, there is something very sexy about this rendition.  With the slower beat and the absence of the rap verse by Nicki Minaj, there is an entirely different feel than the original (BTW, look for the full Trigga review later this week for my full thoughts on the Trey Songz version).  It feels far more intimate and, oddly, less misogynistic.  Download this for the sheer joy of doing your own comparisons and adding it your freak playlists.