At this point, giving old Motown hits the club treatment is pretty much played out—and nobody's ever gonna top DJ Technics' "Mr. Postman" anyway—but Murder Mark cleverly reimagines that entry-level club music trick on "Set Me Free." The Cherry Hill club producer uses the Supremes' classic "You Keep Me Hangin' On" as but one part of his electro-club hybrid style, rather than the focus. He holds off on the expected, stuttering, sample-chopping build-up until the outro, and otherwise cleans up the Motown staple by nearly Auto-Tuning the thing. Then, he pads the production with traditionalist club elements and hands it over to singing, rapping friends T.T. the Artist and Mike-Mike. Another way to look at "Set Me Free": as an answer to producer Will.i.am's Baltimore club-inflected hits like "OMG" from Usher and Nicki Minaj's "Check It Out" (which even has a mid-song "Think" break beatdrop). Mark teased this club corrective approach with his "