Train Teams Up With Cam & Travie McCoy For New Single “Call Me Sir”
Genres collide on Train’s new single. The veteran rockers, who have been churning out hits with impressive regularity since the ’90s, team up with country singer Cam and rapper Travie McCoy on “Call Me Sir.” And while both featured acts lend their individual flavor to the song, this wouldn’t sound out of place next to “Hey Soul Sister” and “Drive By” on a greatest hits album. “When I ride by myself, I don’t ever get no help,” Pat Monahan kicks off the track with his distinctive tone. “But when I roll up with her, everybody calls me sir.”
This isn’t a one-sided love song, however. Cam pops up later to add a female perspective. “He could break the law, he could break your heart in two,” she croons. “But I promise that you won’t care when he smiles at you.” Travie then closes out “Call Me Sir” with a verse that includes the memorable rhyme: “Every time we hit the streets it’s like a world premiere, she makes me feel like Sia swinging from that chandelier.” Listen to Train’s next radio hit below.