Though new relationships are typically characterized by starry-eyed idealism, there’s always that little voice in the back of the lovers’ heads saying, “You better not f*ck this up.” On her first Booth feature, The Dream-penned EP leak Seek and Destroy, Roc Nation R&B singer Bridget Kelly says what the rest of us think but don’t say, showcasing her strong pipes and brash attitude over a beat by Shea Taylor. Watch for Kelly’s debut EP, Every Girl, to hit the artist’s official site for free download October 19.
Written by richard on 10/17/11
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