When you think of Koda Kumi and hotels, the first thing that probably comes to mind is some kind of Sleep-Eazy Motel down in Flint, Michigan. As it turns out, KK's taste is a little more sophisticated than that.
I love me some Koda Kumi, but the harsh truth is that most of her music these days sucks chocolate salty balls. She can still pop out a decent single every now and then, but her albums are almost always a cheap hodgepodge of outdated Omarion and Beyonce b-sides from 2004. She's still good to look at though, as evident from the artwork for her upcoming summer single, "Hotel."