Back in April, New Zealand soul songstress Aaradhna stepped into the Booth with her U.S. debut single, a cut expressly designed to Wake listeners Stateside Up to her considerable talents. Its soulful throwback style left few unimpressed but, just in case anyone’s still snoozing, the Republic Records signee has returned with the record’s official remix. This rendition retains all the elements that made the original a hit with our readers, from P-Money and Evan Short‘s sunny throwback production to the artist’s winsome vocal melodies, but packs an added punch thanks to the guest rhymes of Windy City rap veteran AaradhnaCommon R&B/Pop
Written by richard on 10/27/13
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