For every artist, individual career highlights differ, but frequented noted memories include winning a Grammy, having an album (or these days, a single) attain platinum certification, and in Andy Allo’s case, collaborate with a legend. On Yellow Gold, a standout from Allo’s Superconductor album, the Cameroon/Cali songstress calls on musical icon Prince to craft the instrumentals. While working closely with a legend might phase some artists, Allo sounds right at home, combining her low-key, smooth vocals with Prince’s bubbly production. The end result is a breezy tune that goes gown smooth and leaves you craving more. Allo’s Superconductor is available now, via iTunes (see link above).
Written by Lucas G. on 01/4/13
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