Previously heard collaborating with the Fugees alumnus on Put in Work and Rihanna’s Gun, Cris Cab rejoins forces with Wyclef Jean for the latest single off his forthcoming EP. Coming on the heels of Booth-featured selections Face to Face and Paradise (On Earth), starstruck ballad She’s So Fly finds the Miami singer/songwriter waxing poetic about a certain woman’s strong, but free-spirited nature: “She’ll only stay if you let her fly away.” In addition to crafting the record’s lush, piano-led instrumental in collaboration with younger brother Sedeck Jean, ‘clef contributes some flowed bars on the back. Feeling it? More awaits on Cris Cab’s RISE EP, scheduled to drop next Tuesday via Mercury Records.
Written by richard on 10/4/12
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