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Fresh off the meteoric success of their singles “Convo” & “U.” (+ a smashing remix of Shontelle’s “Impossible” for Pride), Coco & Breezy return with their most soulful offering yet, linking with Ye Ali for a modern classic. Warm chords flow over organic percussion, layered with a bouncing bass & kick that will have you bumping & grinding on the dance floor. Ye Ali, aka Traphouse Jodeci, showcases his range, flexing his R&B virtuosity over C&B’s signature universal grooves. Everyone is invited to get their bodies on the floor. Cuffing season is in full effect.
“As we continue to define our sound, our newest single, “Lemme See” explores our love for dance music with our influences from R&B…and it’s just in time for cuffing season! Also, we got to collaborate with our long-time friend Ye Ali, which has been overdue! The warm chords & organic percussion flow under a bouncing bass & kick that feed the soul. We are super excited about this release and hope you love it too!” – Coco & Breezy
Zak Leever ” We Could Be” Out Now ☮️
Zak Leever returns with his biggest song yet. On “We Could Be”, Zak showcases his unique ability to combine incisive personal songwriting with cutting-edge modern dance music. His voice soars during intimate moments and the self-produced drops bang and groove when the energy lifts. “We Could Be” is tender, but emphatic, and truly cements Zak Leever as an emerging force to be reckoned with in both the worlds of indie pop and dance.
“We Could Be” is my flare in the woods to signal the journey from dance music into even more personal and intimate stories of my life. I love getting to actually just be honest in this context. I have been so impressed by dance music in my life by the experiences it’s given me, but being an instrumentalist and a musician’s musician, the ability to play and sing my music as simple songs is a necessity. So this is where I live and what matters to me now. If someone can listen to my music in a context that works for them – getting drunk on a beach or exploring somewhere new with their friends, and a drop of my story lands in their experience, I’m satisfied as a songwriter.” – Zak Leever