Last we heard from Rudimental, the British EDM crew had enlisted the guest services of Maybach Music Group heavyweight Wale in an effort to make their breakthrough hit, Feel the Love, more palatable to audiences Stateside. Boothgoers were split on his contribution, but evidently the strategy worked well enough for the crew to try it again with Free, the sixth and latest single off their debut set. In addition to the plaintive vocals of original featuree Emeli Sandé, this rendition of the record packs a (frankly, somewhat perfunctory) guest verse from rap legend Nas, who also provides ad-libs throughout. Rudimental’s Home LP is available now in stores and online. Fans can click here to peep the Stu Thomson-directed official visuals for the original, Nas-less rendition of Free.
Written by richard on 10/30/13
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