It been almost three years since Dutch beatsmith Nicolay and Little Brother alum Phonte, together known as The Foreign Exchange, made their Booth debut with Daykeeper. Today, the crew return with All the Kisses, a joint which combines its predecessor’s smooth vibes with a decidedly ‘80s synth sound. Singers Amber and Paris Strother of KING set the cherry atop this dreamy but driving pop sundae, showcasing their radiant harmonies on the hook. For more, check out Dear Friends: An Evening With The Foreign Exchange, set to drop Juner 28, via +FE Music.
Written by richard on 06/16/11
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Daykeeper ft. Muhsinah" (2008)
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