Valentine's Day (or week) is not just for couples. It's meant for love. Love of self. Love of others. And if we have anything to do with it... Love for your locals.
And this is why, we need you to hear B~Free and Klassik's "Come Over," a new interpretation on the princess of R&B, Aaliyah's song. The track features the duo collaborating once again to mix their soulful voices into a story we've all have heard of or dealt with time and time again. The story of compromise, meet-ups and love; often starting with a visit. Or like PartyNextDoor said, ..."All she talkin' bout is come and see me for once / Come and see me for once / You don't ever come to me, you don't ever come to me."
The six minute song, starts with a dramatic and a little lengthy introduction interchanging the artists cohesively while ending with a nod to Cherrelle - "Saturday Love." Combining B~Free's affectionate and caring voice with Klassik's quick wordplay and added metaphors, references to Aaliyah and his "playboy" ways; we can't get enough.
The track is an exclusive release from their affiliated local label - Voodoo Honey Records and mixed and mastered by Cristian Strehlow of Noh Life. So tons of local love.
Peep the track below and CopyWrite is accepting Valentine's gifts all week (Check our Society6 for things we love). #ShamelessPlug
Then listen to the original. RIP BabyGirl