Back in March, Rudimental burst onto the international scene with Feel the Love, a cut which topped the UK Singles Chart and earned heavy rotation throughout Europe. In order to ensure it sees similar success Stateside, the British EDM quartet have recruited an American rap heavyweight for the record’s U.S. version. Supplementing the soulful lead vocals by Love Me Again singer John Newman, Maybach Music Group representative Wale does a little lyrical showboating on the front. Is Feel the Love destined to blow up on the left side of the Atlantic? Debate away—and, if you’re digging it, be sure to cop Rudimental’s Home LP when it hits American record stores and online retailers August 6th. (The UK version of the set, featuring the original, Wale-less rendition of this cut, was released back in April.)
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